The End of Violence Movie Review 1997

Information and Film Reviews for The End of Violence the Movie

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Slick, manipulative action-movie producer Mike Max (Pullman) evolves from his Hollywood roots to tranquility as a gardener after his own life is touched by the violence so pervasive in his pictures. There's a sinister government agent (Benzali) and a reclusive surveillance expert (Byrne) and Max gets kidnapped, only the kidnappers mysteriously wind up dead, and then he disappears. And, no, the plot doesn't really make much sense and all the characters are paranoid anyway. But it does give you something to try to figure out. Director Wenders drastically re-edited his movie after its lukewarm work-in-progress appearance at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.

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MGM Home Entertainment, 2500 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90404-6061, Phone: (310)449-3000, Fax: (310)449-3100, URL: http://www.mgmhomevideo.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 122 minutes.
Originally from French.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Behind the Scenes, L.A., Kidnapped!, It's a Conspiracy, Man!
Screenplay
Nicholas Klein
Cast
Bill Pullman, Gabriel Byrne, Andie MacDowell, Daniel Benzali, Traci Lind, Rosalind Chao, Loren Dean, Nicole Ari Parker, Enrique Castillo, K. Todd Freeman, John Diehl, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Peter Horton, Udo Kier, Marshall Bell, Frederic Forrest, Henry Silva, Samuel Fuller
Cinematography
Pascal Rabaud
Director
Wim Wenders
Music
Ry Cooder
Producer
Wim Wenders, Deepak Nayar, Nicholas Klein, Ulrich Felsberg, Jean-Francois Fonlupt, CIBY 2000, Road Movies, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures

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