End Of The Violence, The

Olive Films   (1997) / Region A
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End Of The Violence, The

With Hollywood moviemaking as a metaphor, director Wim Wenders (Paris,Texas, Pina) weaves a modern day tale of commercialism, consumerism and introspection. Successful Hollywood producer Mike Max (Bill Pullman, Independence Day), having made his fortune producing films with no redeeming social value, experiences a life-altering event when he is kidnapped and almost killed. Irony is not lost on Mike who decides to leave the world of Hollywood behind, a world he once embraced and which he now views as having negatively impacted society. Orbiting Mike's universe are his beautiful, bored wife (Andie MacDowell, Groundhog Day) who is on the verge of leaving, and a scientist (Gabriel Byrne,The Usual Suspects) who has mounting concerned about a world where surveillance and Big Brother-like tactics may be on the increase to keep society in check.

Featured in the film are cult director Sam Fuller (The Big Red One, White Dog), Loren Dean (Billy Bathgate, Gattaca), Pruitt Taylor Vince (The Legend of 1900), Traci Lind (Kiss and Tell), Rosalind Chao (TV's Shameless), Frederick Forrest (Apocalypse Now) and Udo Kier (Melancholia).


  • Length
  • Rating R
  • Released:
  • Added Feb 13 2015
  • Production Year 1997
  • Empire SKU 1727905
  • UPC Code 887090093606
  • Studio  Olive Films
  • Packaging HD
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-SL


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  • Audio
    English DTS Stereo
  • Video
    Widescreen 2.35:1 Color

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