Label: Burn City Burn - none • Format: CD EP • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Hard Rock
· · The moment of silence is oddly deafening, with nothing but the suspended expressions on the characters and the movements around them suggesting nothing in the way of an actual experience, with such silence in a busy cafe being impossible. Instead, the experience is purely emotional, with the tension of this silence weighing heavily on the viewer.
· · 'Ladies of Hollywood, your silence is deafening,' she said, telling them to 'get brave.' McGowan, who reportedly signed a non-disclosure agreement after settling for Estimated Reading Time: 10 mins.
· · 'Ladies of Hollywood, your silence is deafening,' she said, telling them to 'get brave.' McGowan, who reportedly signed a non-disclosure agreement after settling for Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins.
· Silence. Silence is deafening. It makes my ears screech. Do you hear it? There is nothing. Absolutely nothing. Yet, there is everything. There is the emptiness I feel in silence. Empty, there is nothing — do you hear it? You don’t? Because that’s just it. Silence can’t be heard. Silence can be listened to. I listen to the thought it brings.
Silence by Japanese author Shūsaku Endō is a work of historical fiction that was first published in English by Peter Owen Publishers. Silence received the Tanizaki Prize for the year’s best full-length literature, and was named as Endō’s supreme achievement and one of the twentieth century’s finest novels. One of its most significant themes is that of a silent God who is present and .
- The Moon Descends On The Ruins Of The Temple (Et La Lune Descend Sur Le Temple Quit Jut) - Johana Ha