Berlin’s two-time winner the best movie of the year will be released on the 31st
“The Silent Girl,” which won two gold medals at the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival, the 95th Academy Awards International Feature Film Award nomination, and the world’s largest audience award, has been confirmed to be released on the 31st.
“The Silent Girl” (directed by Com Bearid), which won 37 awards at leading film festivals around the world, is a dense story of how Coot, a young girl who has been left to a distant relative couple from an affectionless family, is loved during a short, brilliant summer
The main poster, which was released with the confirmation of the release date, catches the eye with the appearance of a coot running in a yellow dress against the backdrop of a green street tree road.
Overall, the bright-toned image, combined with the copy of “That Summer, The Most Delicate Love We Must Remember,” raises questions about what kind of change Coot, a young girl who has been taken on by a distant relative, will make. In particular, the phrase “the best movie of the year selected by audiences around the world” raises expectations of prospective audiences for the world’s most-watched movie.
In fact, in addition to the depth of belief in the power of change brought about by affection, “The Silent Girl” has made a great impression on audiences around the world with surprisingly understated acting, realistic expressions, and sincere production. In fact, the U.S. movie rating site Rotten Tomatoes recorded a fresh index of 96% and an audience index of 93% (as of the 1st), indicating that the audience’s satisfaction is high