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A Quiet Place Part 2 : A horror and suspense film, directed by John Krasinski.
A film directed by John Krasinski, with the production of Michael Bay, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller and John Krasinski, written by John Krasinski, based on the characters of Bryan Woods and Scott Beck, with the music of Marco Beltrami, with the Polly Morgan cinematography, edited by Michael P. Shawver, starring Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe, Cillian Murphy, John Krasinski and Djimon Hounsou.

After the deadly events at home, the Abbott family must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realize that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats lurking beyond the sandy path.

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More than a year before the first film event, the Abbott family attended the Son Marcus baseball match. In mid-mid, the audience was confused in the sky as a lightning object slid towards the earth. When people came out of the park and tried to drive away, the city was hit and attacked by a hostile alien creature that had armored skin and incredible speed and strength. Blind creatures have hypersensitive hearing against the target and track victims.

At this time, aliens had killed many populations of the earth, including Lee, who sacrificed himself to save His family who was still alive - Evelyn's wife, Tuna Raya's teenager, teenage son, and a newborn son. Regan, who discovered that high frequency audio feedback can paralyze creatures, compile a method to transmit the noise from the careful auditory tool through the microphone and speaker, allowing Evelyn to shoot the creature fatally when they are vulnerable.

With their isolated home now it is destroyed, the family looks for a survivor. They carry a regan kit to fend off the creature. After entering the fence area, Marcus stepped into the bear trap. His screams then attract creatures. Using hearing aids and rifles, Regan and Evelyn killed him, Marcus-free, and escaped to the steel casting left as other creatures arrived. They found Emmett, a friend of Lee, who was reluctant to take them to his bunker under casting. Marcus and Regan found a radio station signal that constantly played the song "outside the sea". Regan determines it is a instructions intended to lead to the nearest islands. He was theorized that if he could reach the radio tower located there, high frequency noise could be transmitted to other victims who could prison signals for creatures. After telling Marcus his plan, he quietly dared to come out alone to find the island.

Finding Regan lost, Evelyn begged Emmett to bring him back. Emmett found Regan and wanted them to return to casting. Asking for a sense of duty, Regan convinced Emmett to help complete his mission. Meanwhile, Evelyn left Marcus and a newborn baby in casting to collect medical equipment and equipment needed. During his absence, Marcus explored casting and found the body of Emmett's wife. Surprised, he knocked several objects, reminded the closest creature. Marcus narrowly entered the bunker, but accidentally locked himself and the baby inside.

In Marina, Emmett and Regan looking for a boat. When wild humans stayed there ambushing them, Emmett deliberately created noise and attracted two creatures that slaughtered crazy residents. When one creature drowned, Emmett realized that aliens could not swim. Regan secured a small boat and both reached the island where a small colony survived undergoing relatively normal existence. The leader of the colony revealed that when the government found the creature could not swim, national guards move as much as possible to the islands.

Marcus and the baby remain stuck in the airtight bunker and will soon be weak. Evelyn returned to casting and distracted the creature to save her children. The three continues to hide in the bunker when creatures are prepotted with casting.

The creature riding a cruise ship at the Marina has floated to the island and immediately began attacking the invaders. The leader of the colony, Emmett, and Regan jumped into the car and led the creature to the radio station. The creature killed the leader of the colony while Emmett and Regan escaped into the station.

The creature attacked and would kill Emmett. Regan transmits high frequencies through the speaker of the room, paralyzing the creature. He stabbed the alien's head exposed to the metal rod, killed him and saved Emmett. Simultaneously, in casting, the creature has found a bunker. It attacked Evelyn, but before it could kill him, Marcus took Regan's transmission and played it through his portable radio, crippling


  • Emily Blunt as Evelyn Abbott, who is determined to find a new home for her children.
  • Cillian Murphy as Emmett, an old friend of Lee's who is now a hardened, reclusive survivor whose wife and children were killed by the aliens. He distrusts strangers. Murphy described his character as such: "For me, Emmett represents where the heart of the world lies right now, which is: finally feeling like they've all given up. Here comes this girl [Regan] who allows you to believe in more, and allows you to believe in yourself. That idea, I've always been really enthralled by."
  • Millicent Simmonds as Regan Abbott, Evelyn's deaf daughter. Simmonds, who is deaf in real life, described her character's evolution after the first film, "She has a lot of pressure to become an adult very quickly." She has more of a leading role in the sequel, and according to Syfy Wire, deafness and American Sign Language "are inherently linked to the heroism of its heroine". Simmonds worked with an ASL coach to make sure her signing and articulation were clean. She said she felt "a sense of pressure" being in a position to represent the deaf and hard of hearing.
  • Noah Jupe as Marcus Abbott, Evelyn's son.
  • Djimon Hounsou as the Man On the Island, the leader of a small island colony of survivors.
  • John Krasinski as Lee Abbott, Evelyn's deceased husband and father of her children. He appears in a newly filmed opening flashback sequence set before the events of the first film, when the creatures first arrived on Earth and attacked. Krasinski said he wrote himself into the sequel because the first film "was such a personal experience" and his "love letter" to his children. He said, "It was really important for me to continue the metaphor and we actually start dealing with how this all started."
  • Scoot McNairy as Marina Man, the leader of a group of dangerous feral humans who have gone insane and prey on travellers.
  • Alice Sophie Malyukova as Girl at Marina, a member of the feral people who lures Emmett into a trap by pretending to be lost.
  • Dean Woodward as Beau Abbott, Evelyn's deceased son who appears in the flashback sequence. He was previously portrayed by Cade Woodward in the first film, who is in fact Dean's older brother in real life.
  • Okieriete Onaodowan as Ronnie, a cop who is among the first to die when the creatures attack.
  • Zachary Golinger as Emmett's son
  • Lauren Ashley Cristiano as Emmett's wife
  • Wayne Duvall as Roger, a grocery store owner.
  • Barbara Singer as Woman in Store, an elderly woman at Roger's store.

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