Noise – Movie Review
Director: Natalia Beristain
Writer: Natalia Beristain, Diego Enrique Osorno, Alo Valenzuela (Screenplay)
- Julieta Egurrola (Deep Crimson)
- Teresa Ruiz (The Marksman)
- Erick Israel Consuelo (Narcos: Mexico)
- Arturo Beristain
Plot: A mother desperately searching for her daughter who’s been missing for two years.
Runtime: 1 Hour 45 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Noise starts as Julia (Egurrola) continues her search for her missing daughter. She hasn’t heard any news for nearly two years and the not knowing is consuming her. Julia finds herself dealing with a third different lead investigator and decides to accept help from a reporter Abril (Ruiz).
The two connect with other families that have missing children and get to see how helpless they have become in this world. They find themselves investigating mass graves hoping to get the final answers about Julia’s daughter.
Verdict on Noise
Noise is a crime thriller that follows a mother searching for answers about her missing daughter. It sees her getting no information from the police and turning to a journalist with connections. This sees her learning the dangers of the world she wants information about.
The movie gets to show us how bleak life becomes for a parent with a lost child. Not knowing becoming the worse feeling that consumes the life of the one wanting answers. It also gets to highlight how helpless people are to stop it, with the police not doing enough to stop it. this is all very bleak even if it gets to represent the many people searching for answers in the country. Julieta Egurrola gives us an amazing performance showing the struggling daily routine she goes through.
Where to Watch: Noise is available to watch on Netflix now.
Final Thoughts – Noise is a bleak realism of being a victim in this world.