|' But during my recent interview with Millicent Simmonds, the teenage actress recalled that she was the one that told the co-writer and director John Krasinski to make a slight alteration to this moment||In a devastated Earth overrun by invincible predators of a possible extraterrestrial origin, the Abbotts find themselves struggling to survive in the desolate urban jungle of New York City, defined by a new era of utter silence|
|In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing||Just before the final sequence in the film, though, which you can read all about here, we see the death of John Krasinksi's Lee, who sacrifices himself for his two children by screaming and thus attracting the attention of the blind monsters|
Of course, learning the rules of survival in this muted dystopia is essential; nevertheless, now, of all times, an otherwise joyous event puts in jeopardy the already fragile stability.
|And now, more than ever, the Abbotts must not make a sound||And there's a moment at the end of the film where she's in the truck with her brother, and they're getting attacked by a creature|
|I can't help but point out as many people already have how stupid it is to have a baby in this type of environment||The film is about a family who live in solitude with their son and their deaf daughter|
In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing.5
|Apart from that, the film is worth your time||The film manages to live up to expectations and also exceeds them in other ways|
|The film stars and is directed John Krasinski and real life wife||the most remarkable thing was how quiet the trailer was, the use of silence seemed effective|
They must find a way to not only survive but work on a way to defeat what they are being hunted by.