French director Philippe Claudel is slowly starting to emerge as the director of love, or so it seems.  With his debut film entitled I’ve Loved you so Long and his follow-up film titled Silence of Love it seems that he has a fascination with dramas circled around relationships.

Set to hit theaters on April 20, 2011 in France, Silence of Love stars Stefano Accorsi, Clotilde Courau , Neri Marcore, Lisa Cipriani, and Anouk Aime.

Thanks to Collider’s coverage over at the American Film Market, we are lucky enough to have some details, including the synopsis, along with some images from the upcoming drama.  You can check them out below:


Alessandro is an Italian professor of baroque music living in Strasbourg with his daughter, Irina, 15, in a mid-teenage crisis, and his brother Crampone, a delightfully eccentric anarchist who has repeatedly applied for refugee status ever since Berlusconi came to power.

Alessandro sometimes feels like he’s raising two teenagers, but is unable to acknowledge the void of his own existence.  In trying too hard to be a model father, he forgot to rebuild his love life, especially as he is surrounded by an offbeat group of friends who stop him from ever feeling lonely.

But as his daughter discovers the thrill of first love, Alessandro’s life is unexpectedly and dramatically transforms…