Violence at Noon
Violence at Noon
Violence at Noon
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Violence at Noon

Nagisa Oshima Japan, 1966

Violence at Noon concerns the odd circumstances surrounding a horrific murder and rape spree. In a twist, the film is as much about the two women who protect the violent man—his wife and a former victim—as it is about him. Containing more than two thousand cuts and a wealth of inventive widescreen compositions, this coolly fragmented character study is a mesmerizing investigation of criminality and social decay.


  • 98 min
  • B&W
  • 2.35:1


  • DVD

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