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Silent Hill (21-Apr-2006)

Director: Christophe Gans

Writer: Roger Avary

Keywords: Horror, Video Game, Missing Person

Film adaptation of the video game of the same name depicts a woman's search for her missing daughter in an inhospitable rural town.

ABSTRACT
Young girl Sharon Da Silva suffers from chronic sleepwalking episodes alluding to a town called "Silent Hill", prompting concerned mother Rose to take her there in an attempt to get down to the bottom of her restless dreams. Rose's journey to the secluded rural community with daughter in tow turns into a high-speed chase with an area police officer resulting in a crash for both parties, an ordeal ending with her waking up to the sight of Silent Hill's entrance and her mysteriously missing daughter. Now, absent a single clue pointing to Sharon's whereabouts, Rose must head out on her own, thrust into a journey through a deserted hellscape of a city as she attempts to recover her child.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sean Bean
Actor
17-Apr-1959   Boromir in Lord of the Rings
Kim Coates
Actor
1959   Alex Trager on Sons of Anarchy
Jodelle Ferland
Actor
9-Oct-1994   Tideland
Laurie Holden
Actor
17-Dec-1972   Silent Hill
Alice Krige
Actor
28-Jun-1954   Borg Queen
Radha Mitchell
Actor
12-Nov-1973   Love and Other Catastrophes
Deborah Kara Unger
Actor
12-May-1963   Bangkok Hilton

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