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(40555) 6.3 111 min 2015

Secret in Their Eyes is a movie starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman, and Julia Roberts. A tight-knit team of rising investigators, along with their supervisor, is suddenly torn apart when they discover that one of their own...

Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Dean Norris, Chiwetel Ejiofor
Thriller, Drama, Mystery, Crime
Billy Ray

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Drama, Mystery, Crime
Director Billy Ray
Writer Eduardo Sacheri, Juan José Campanella, Billy Ray
Stars Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Dean Norris, Chiwetel Ejiofor
Country South Korea, UK, Spain, USA
Also Known As Gizemli Gerçek, Το μυστικό στα μάτια τους, Secretos de una obsesión, The Secret in Their Eyes, Aux yeux de tous, Tajna u njihovim očima, Katseeseen kätketty, O Segredo dos Seus Olhos, 沉默的雙眼, To Mistiko sta Matia Tous, Olhos da Justiça, Saladus nende silmades, Szemekbe zárt titkok, Øjnenes hemmelighed, Sekret w ich oczach, Paslaptingi žvilgsniai, Dans ses yeux, シークレット・アイズ, El secreto de una obsesión, Noslēpums viņu acīs, Bí Mat Sau Ánh Mat, Il segreto dei suoi occhi, Vor ihren Augen
Runtime 1H 51M
Description A former Los Angeles DA inspector (Chiwetel Ejiofor) spends 13 years hunting the killer who raped and murdered the teen daughter of his colleague (Julia Roberts). But when he finds the culprit and the district attorney (Nicole Kidman) refuses to reopen the case, he is forced to pursue justice on his own, which ultimately leads to a shocking discovery..

Top reviews

Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 22:43

Director Gabriel R. & cinematographer Vadim Groisman, after one of the most impressive debut of the year - 2014's KALI, know how to direct a good movie. And now, it is time to deliver to us, the next great Russian movie - THE SERPENT'S FEAR. The story is not about the transformation of a new kind of Russian (or any other foreign nation, for that matter) into the old "Good Guys", nor about how a country was forced to become a Third World nation - or a Third World nation was forced to become a Third World country. Rather, the movie is about the human reaction to the problems caused by the World War I. The movie is a tale of the last month of WWI, and about the repercussions of it on a war torn country, and the people who have to live with it for a few months. The war is about to end, but the human part of it is not. The movie is very well directed and acted. As an ordinary Russian movie, it is pretty accurate in its portrayal of the Russian War, and the real life people who were in it. The movie was directed by Michael Dougherty, who already directed the Italian movie - SHATNER, and who is also the writer of THE SERPENT'S FEAR. I would like to say that the acting is very good in the movie, not only from the leads, but from the rest of the cast too. The movie is about a group of German prisoners who were taken to Russia in WWI. The most famous one of these prisoners is Marion Cotillard, who plays Marianne. And here is where the movie is most realistic. Marion Cotillard is the best actress in the movie. The movie is a wonderful experience for both Russian & German viewers. Most likely you will not be disappointed with the movie. Recommended. 9/10
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 04:45

I have seen this film for a second time and had to check it out before I saw it for the first time, as it was in the film library. This film has no overt sexuality, and no overt violence, but does have a good amount of real life emotions. One of the scenes is the one with the dog in the park. The main thing that was missing was the a 'little' sexual tension between the two main characters. I thought the film would get to a point where the relationship between Nick and Jessica would be really tense, but as the film went on the film got more 'softer' and I think this film got more 'real' towards the end. The movie would have been amazing if they had chosen a better writer. The one scene that I don't like is when the girlfriend is playing her song to him, and he replies "so you don't wanna sing it?" It seems to be almost like he's asking her if she's gonna be all nice to him or if she's gonna be all like 'be her man', because she seems to be the only one who's been a little bit forceful. I do like the theme of the movie, but it needs to be balanced better. For example, the fact that when Nick is angry he doesn't let his anger out on his family, and when he's happy he doesn't let his happiness out on the people in his life. I think that the director didn't try to find a balance in the film, and I think the audience didn't find it either. I know this film was made in 1982, but I think it's a bit dated, and the film has aged rather badly. I think the only way to fix this film would be to cut a scene out, or add some more realism, but I don't think this film is any good without a better writer, so this is a film I recommend watching again, and then comparing it to the original.

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