The End of Violence

About an exploitation movie producer who goes into hiding after two bungling hoods who kidnapped him are discovered with their heads blown off. This leads to the uncovering of a plot by Big Brother to introduce a surveillance system. These interesting themes, certainly worth exploring make strangely compelling viewing. With Bill Pullman, Andie McDowell and Gabriel Byrne.

Year: 1997
Genre: Art House Cinema, Filmmaking
Country: USA
Director: Wim Wenders
Starring: Bill Pullman, Andie MacDowell, Gabriel Byrne
Duration: 117 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and offensive language.
Location in store: Art House Cinema



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