Silence review: The passion (and the tedium) of Martin Scorsese

Liam Neeson is a Jesuit gone native with Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver on his trail

Cos I gotta have faith:  Liam Neeson in Silence

Cos I gotta have faith: Liam Neeson in Silence

There is an attitude that hitherto unruly children adopt when it comes time for the biology teacher to address “human reproduction”. They pull themselves together, quieten down and furrow brows to confirm how grown up they are about the subject.

Martin Scorsese is on similar best behaviour for his (dread phrase) long- cherished adaptation of Shusaku Endo’s 1966 novel concerning crises of faith in 17th-century Japan.

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