Wrath of Silence
Asian Cinema • Crime, Mystery, Drama
Searching for his missing son in the rough mountains of Northern China, Zhang Baomin (Song Yang), a mute miner with a brutal past, confronts a world of corruption led by the villainous Chang Wannian (Jiang Wu), a crossbow-wielding kingpin with an obsession for meat.
An official selection of the BFI London Film Festival, where it made its international premiere, WRATH OF SILENCE is a gripping thriller from rising Chinese filmmaker Xin Yukun that is part spaghetti western, part film noir, and which presents a “damning condemnation against the dictatorial elite and their tyrannical control on working class citizens” (Film Inquiry).
DIRECTED BY XIN YUKUN
CHINA | 2017 | MANDARIN WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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