Silence can be related as a part of acoustic effect, but that is only possible on listening to sounds. The silence presented is among the most certain dramatic impact of sound film. There is no other art form focusing on the reproduction of silence. This is not possible in the art forms of sculpture, painting, silent film or literature. There is also a rare appearance of silence on stage with dramatic effects for a short period of time. Radio plays cannot use silence in depth, as it will result in ceasing the entire performance due to no sounds (Livingston & Plantinga, 2009). There cannot be continuation of silence in the lack of action. The outcome obtained is from the cessation sound without any role played by silence. There are various different voices and sounds, but silence is used as a substance. However, one requires strong sense of hearing to listen to silence. Sound results in the differentiation of visible element are bringing them close to one another and ensuring less dissimilarity. All paintings provide an expression of happy harmony with hidden mutual language of mute elements to converse with one another (Murch, 2001). There has to be recognition of shapes, while making an entry into a strong relationship. These compositions are common in all elements. This acts as a major benefit to be used in the setting of silent film. Muting all sound can act as silence in the voice of landscapes and background music. There are objects and characters as the audience can see on the screen against mutual musical landscape. This helps in speaking upon silent language commonly, while feeling the irrational communication in the common musical background (Shaw, 2008). Nevertheless, there can be reproduction of silence in the silent films only from roundabout sources. In the setting of theatrical stage, dialogues are under cessation without touching up emotions expressed by silence. This is because the space provided in the stage is extremely small, and silence is essentially experienced as a space.