The Silence Before Bach

The Silence Before Bach

This latest feature from the eccentrically experimental Catalan director Portabella is a beautiful, sometimes faintly bonkers celebration and contemplation of the role Bach’s music plays in the world today. Blending historical reconstruction with very loosely linked ‘dramatic’ scenes and documentary sequences, the film constitutes a playful, painterly sequence of variations on the argument that Johann Sebastian changed the way the world hears thanks to his extraordinary ear for harmony.

Johann Sebastian Bach llega con su familia a Leipzig para ocupar el puesto de cantor en la Escuela de Santo Tomás... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Silence Before Bach torrent reviews

Jimmy G (fr) wrote: Would love to see it but I just can't stand vin diesel...his voice alone being in gotg almost stop me from seeing that

Alicia K (kr) wrote: It takes a bit of an odd person to enjoy this movie. I found it wonderfully bizarre and hilarious.

Joel A (us) wrote: A very irritatingly narrated Documentary on director Terence Davies & his Life & Love for Liverpool England.It had some great footage & somewhat interesting insight to Liverpool but the lack of any structure what so ever in this Documentary got to me. I found it over intellectual (or I wasn't smart enough to get it) & in many ways seemed rather dull. I found it irritating & glad when it was finished, however there are some gorgeous stills & footage of early Liverpool.

scott g (es) wrote: about a adult film crew being killed by ron jeremy one eyed monster, really bad, feels like it was made by a adult film crew, it shows everywhere, and dont they realise this ron jeremy is only god in the pawn industry, avoid

Ima C (es) wrote: Have to confess I must be out of the mainstream on this one. I found this film simply scary, with a shocking ending.

Anthony T (ag) wrote: Still a bit of charm, but the spark that made the first two so great seems to be missing in this one.Good to watch if you've seen the first 3 and have nothing better to watch.

Rose V (de) wrote: One of my all-time favorites! I love Bette Davis!

James L (de) wrote: One of my favourite films of all time. Teaches such a good lesson about friendship and all of the characters felt immersive and believable

Trevor S (us) wrote: Well I love the old slashers of the 70's and 80's but this one escaped me as a kid. It's not the worst one I've seen but it's definately not the best. Just thought it was odd that 90% of the killings are in woodland that look small like the bottom of my garden and it gets dull.

Unique M (de) wrote: love it and I enjoy the scary ness.

George B (fr) wrote: A rarely truly sincere piece from recent Taiwanese cinema. It delivered the fascinating quality of the dreams we've always had but slipped away sneakingly. Also it shows the definite choices we make no matter how many chances we have to start all over again.

Robert M (ca) wrote: A fairly funny movie with a few laugh out loud moments here and there. My favorite part especially was the part when Miles and Buck had their "quick" conversation back and forth with each other. Some parts of the movie felt a little dull to be honest, but John Candy himself is certainly a pretty classic actor. Of course, Uncle Buck wasn't too bad of a character either! The overall story wasn't bad and the near ending and the ending itself had some good charm as well. Without Candy, the movie could've been worse.