THE END OF VIOLENCE, the latest film by internationally renowned director Wim Wenders, is a haunting meditation about the causes and effects and the uses and abuses of violence in life and art. Returning to America, the same landscape he covered so effectively in his Palme d'Or-winning Paris, Texas, Wenders now focuses on Los Angeles, where he once again creates a moody, visually arresting drama built around seemingly unrelated characters whom he gradually links in... Full synopsis »
September 12, 1997
Rated R for language
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