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A History of Violence

A mild-mannered man becomes a local hero through an act of violence, which sets off repercussions that will shake his family to its very core.

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. . As Tom and his family fight back against this case of mistaken identity and struggle to cope with their changed reality, they are forced to confront their relationships and the. Uncomfortable with his newfound celebrity, Tom tries to return to the normalcy of his ordinary life only to be confronted by a mysterious and threatening man who arrives in town believing Tom is the man who wronged him in the past. Heralded as a hero, Tom's life is changed overnight, attracting a national media circus, which forces him into the spotlight. Sensing danger, he takes action and saves his customers and friends in the self-defense killings of two-sought-after criminals. But one night their idyllic existence is shattered when Tom foils a vicious attempted robbery in his diner. This is the story of a mild-mannered man, named Tom Stall, who becomes a local hero through an act of violence, he lives a happy and quiet life with his lawyer wife and their two children in the small town of Millbrook, Indiana

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Al C (us)

And by 2 & Half Stars, I mean: Amazing!

Angie L (fr)

It was so so, sometimes it was very slow and a little boring

Brad S (mx)

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To bad. This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks

Michael T (es)

Frantic Italian satire

Mike M (it)

You have to wait for it - and it might not be what you choose to wait for of a Friday evening - but Tarr's film eventually delivers an authentic ripple of dread along the spine. Tarr is less interested in the mechanics of Simenon's novel than its potential for atmospherics - the dockside, with its inky, fluid darknesses, yields several indelible locations - and the director's ingrained pessimism tallies surprisingly well with Simenon's fatalism. . . Personally, the more I see of Tarr's work, the more I'm struck by just how truly *directed* these films are: they're works of near-perfect (some might say suffocating) formal control, in which no camera movement is left to chance, and what few cuts there are have been timed to the second. In this respect, he's a throwback to the high art cinema of yore; I dare say that for some, the experience of "The Man From London" will be like swimming against an ever-rising tide of boredom. Tarr remains an acquired taste: as droll (some say glum) as they come, not one for excising dead screen time or the frenzied editing that goes to make up much of the contemporary cinema, he lays out the world of his latest in what can be no more than twenty or twenty-five dubbed, monochrome sequences