When a movie hits Netflix and immediately goes to the top of the charts, we take notice. This is what happened when this gutwrenching thriller hit the streamer on January 11th. Noise (Ruido) debuted as the number 1 Non-English Film on the Netflix charts and is still haunting the viewers who have seen it so far.
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In the film, Julia is a mother– or rather, one of many mothers, sisters, daughters, and colleagues, who have had their lives torn by the widespread violence in a country gaging a war against its women. Julia is searching for Ger, her daughter. And in her search, she will weave through the stories and struggles of the different women she will meet.
Watch The Trailer For Noise
Noise was directed by Natalia Beristain. It was written by Natalia Beristain, Diego Enrique Osorno, and Alo Valenzuela. The film stars Julieta Egurrola, Teresa Ruiz, and Erick Israel Consuelo.
Many viewers have been moved by the story and have taken to Twitter to talk about the topics it brings up. Because Noise is bringing conversations about sex trafficking, missing women and children in Mexico, to such an accessible streamer like Netflix it is highlighting how much bigger this problem is than some viewers were aware of.
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See What Twitter Is Saying About Noise
Noise on Netflix, HIGHLY recommend if you want a glimpse at the disappearances that keep happening in Mexico.
— M i c h e l a d a.🌙 (@BabyBooMichelle) January 17, 2023
Everyone go watch Noise on Netflix omfg.
— 珍妮特 (@jvrsce) January 18, 2023
📽️ Premiering today on @netflix, “Ruido” (“Noise”) by @natsberistain tells the powerful story of a mother searching for her disappeared daughter in Mexico – a fictional portrait inspired by thousands of women's real-life struggle for truth in 🇲🇽. https://t.co/dBQRk6rZiE
— Stephanie Brewer (@stephanie_wola) January 11, 2023
I want all my international friends to watch this movie, “Noise” on Netflix.
It shows a mother looking for her daughter after disappearing, which is a reality for a lot of women in the country, my country.
Mexico, a country where every 10 women are killed everyday.
Watch pls. pic.twitter.com/eNEIiT3zdK
— Fredo Keenan (@FredoAnGar) January 19, 2023
also if you can, or when you can, do watch ruido on netflix (noise), it does have some tw so check them before, but it is such a powerful, raw and necessary take on mexico’s crime and, well, the reality. it is a story of a mother looking for her daughter+
— vixx brainrot (@axolotitoss) January 16, 2023
just watched noise/rudio on Netflix why is nobody talking about this movie oh my god
— mocha (@chuuamoroll) January 11, 2023
Noise on Netflix really gives a glimpse over how common sex trafficking, children go missing and mass graves being discovered.
Like Veracruz, Mexico has the two largest clandestine graves in Latin America, with over 600 bodies. That’s fuckin crazy man.
— Jomika (@SassyJojo_) January 18, 2023
We love to see an international movie land on Netflix and not only fly to the number one spot but make an impact while doing it. It’s especially impressive when the film seemingly comes out of nowhere. Let us know if you’ve already watched Noise. Or if you’re planning on adding it to your queue. You can let me know at @misssharai
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