Defenceless: A Blood Symphony
Defenceless: A Blood Symphony is Violence as Art, Terror as Beauty; a blood-stained tale of a vengeance as ferocious as Mother Nature herself spawned in a watery grave.
A determined woman (Susanne Hausschmid) refuses to bow to the demands of wealthy land developers who have set their sights on her beachfront paradise. Rather than respect her wishes, the developers begin a cruel, violent campaign to destroy the woman and everything she holds dear. Still unwilling to give in, she pays the ultimate price for her courage in a terrifying and brutal assault intended to eliminate her opposition to the sale of her land.
Sometimes, however, justice can transcend death, and when the woman returned to avenge her losses, there will be no mercy.
An entirely dialog-free feature with stark brutality that is set against the magnificent scenery of the Australian coastline, the award-winning Defenceless offers a strikingly original vision, while still owing a debt to the revenge classics I Spit On Your Grave and Wes Craven's Last House On The Left. Add to the plot a touch of inspiration from the exploitation classic Cannibal Holocaust, the graphic intensity of Japanese /Violent Pink cinema and blend it all together with the visual sense of an art-house feature, and what you end up with is the cinematic Molotov cocktail that is Defenceless.
Uncut, uncensored, and filled with scenes of unbelievable horror, Defenceless is unlike anything you have ever experienced and will linger with you long after viewing.