Film Brief: Silence

Silence is not Scorsese’s great, long-awaited follow-up to The Last Temptation of Christ.  Not that it was billed as such.  At 161 minutes, it is thankfully also not a slog.  But the fundamentally one-dimensional story vector does circle back on itself one too many times.  Just behind Moonlight on the Year-End List; 5/10.

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