SilkThe film tells the story of scientist Hashimoto (Yosuke Eguchi) and his colleagues who catch the ghost of a young boy, in order to figure out how this child can shed light on life...and especially life after death...
Actors of "Silk"
Characters of "Silk"
Directors of "Silk"Chao-Bin Su
Creators of "Silk"Chao-Bin Su
Critic Reviews of "Silk"Toronto StarSeptember 28, 2007
François Girard's Silk is not merely painterly. It might as well be a painting, for all that it eschews storytelling, forcing the viewer to scan the lush imagery in search of clues to what, if anything, might be going on.Globe and MailSeptember 28, 2007
Though elegantly staged, Silk is badly written and indifferently cast.AV ClubSeptember 22, 2007
Sensual but profoundly silly, Silk is ultimately little more than softcore porn with arthouse trappings, a moony, dopily romantic Red Shoe Diaries variation for the NPR set.Village VoiceSeptember 18, 2007
Silk isn't just bad. It's utterly mad.ReelViewsSeptember 15, 2007
It's a perfect example of how awful direction and performances can ruin an adequate screenplay.Christianity TodayFebruary 28, 2008
It is worse than a straightforward bad film, it is a middling, stagnant film that could have been extraordinary.Movies for the MassesJanuary 14, 2008
i sta narkotika tha se riksei, i stin katatonia, an kaneis to lathos na tin pareis sta sobara os otidipote allo para eykairia eksaskisis ton kanibalistikon soy enstiktonEmpire MagazineNovember 23, 2007
A flat story, lean characters and a miscast lead make this a poor facsimile of period epics like Farewell My Concubine.Independent (UK)November 09, 2007
Tremulous eroticism a-go-go, but it's all completely lifeless.GuardianNovember 09, 2007
Dralon is more like it.The Sun (UK)November 09, 2007
THE new Keira Knightley film is a visual delight. Unfortunately, the dialogue is far from delightful.
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