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The Quiet

Rating:R (for strong and disturbing sexual content, a scene of violence, language, drug content and brief nudity)
Genre:Drama, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:August 25, 2006
Running time:91 minutes
Cast:Camilla Belle, Elisha Cuthbert, Edie Falco, Shawn Ashmore, Martin Donovan
Director:Jamie Babbit
Producer:Joel Michaely, Carolyn Pfeiffer, Tom Schatz, Andrea Sperling, Holly Wiersma
Writer:Abdi Nazemian, Micah Schraft
Distributor:Sony Pictures Classics

Description: Cheerleader Nina Deer's seemingly idyllic life of is thrown into turmoil when Dot, a deaf teenager, is adopted into her suburban family. After first being ostracized as a "freak," Dot soon becomes extremely popular as those around her find her to be someone they can conveniently and safely confess their darkest secrets to. Struggling with a very disturbing secret of her own, Nina eventually strikes an unlikely bond with Dot herself.

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