“Silence,” is the story of a priest who goes to Japan in the 15th century in search of his mentor. The story covers the persecution of Christians in the Nagasaki province of this island nation. As the journey progress we see the horrid and brutal treatment of Japanese Christians as well as some priests.
The underlying message that the liberal Hollywood was trying to convey through this movies was the need to today’s Christians to also become silent and hide the fact that they are Christian or in time they to would face the same fate as was bestowed upon the 15th century Japanese Christians as well as the Jews and Christians which opposed the Socialist agenda of the Third Reich of the National Socialist German Workers Party of the 1930 and 40, in Germany, otherwise known as the Nazi Party.
The major difference being that in the trials that are to come for Christianity those that are left cannot be silent. They cannot step upon the image of Christ or as will be required in the time to come. To accept the mark of the Antichrist. For those are left you must never take the mark and must face the horrors and tortures as those that died at the hands of the those now long dead Japanese and those within the Nazi government.
Base Story: 4 out of 5 stars
Acting: 5 out of 5
Propaganda: 3 out of five (0 being totally liberal, 5 being totally Biblical)
Overall: 4 out of 5