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Release:
2005, New Line
Starring:
Viggo Mortensen, Maria Bello, Ed Harris, William Hurt
Director:
David Cronenberg
MPAA Rating:
[R] strong brutal violence, sexuality, nudity, language
Genre:
Drama/Thriller
Runtime:
96 minutes

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Viggo Mortensen

Maria Bello

David Cronenberg

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A thriller from director David Cronenberg, A History of Violence stars Viggo Mortensen as a pillar of a small town community who runs a diner and lives a happy and quiet life with his wife (Maria Bello) and two children. But their lives are forever changed when Mortensen thwarts an attempted robbery and is lauded as a hero by the media, attracting the attention of some mobsters (William Hurt and Ed Harris) who believe he is someone else.

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