The End of Violence (1997)

Heaven & Sky

On the Santa Monica pier, Mathilda (Marisol Sanchez) confronts Brice (Daniel Benzali), while her daughter teaches Spanish to Mike (Bill Pullman).

Directed by Wim Wenders.

Released in 1997 by MGM.

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  • character-type: Housekeeper
  • character-type: Informant
  • character-type: Immigrant
  • character-type: Henchmen
  • character-type: Daughter
  • character-type: Bad Guy
  • action: Imitate
  • action: Stop
  • action: Hug
  • action: Listen
  • action: Threaten
  • action: Smile
  • editors-choice: Tuff Chicks
  • editors-choice: Creepy Moments
  • primary-genre: Thrillers
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • primary-genre: Independent
  • secondary-genre: Psychological Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Thriller
  • secondary-genre: Crime Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Crime Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Indie Suspense & Thriller
  • secondary-genre: Showbiz Dramas
  • mood: Creepy
  • mood: Disturbing
  • mood: Emotional
  • mood: Suspenseful
  • mood: Dark
  • prop: Flag
  • prop: Balloon
  • prop: Telescope
  • setting: Pier
  • setting: Los Angeles
  • theme: Moving On
  • theme: Defiance
  • theme: Family
  • theme: Consequences
  • theme: Authority
  • theme: Fear
  • theme: Life and Death
  • theme: Risk
  • actor: Marisol Padilla Sánchez
  • actor: Daniel Benzali
  • actor: Bill Pullman
  • director: Wim Wenders
  • producer: Deepak Nayar
  • producer: Ulrich Felsberg
  • producer: Wim Wenders
  • cinematographer: Pascal Rabaud
  • composer: DJ Shadow
  • composer: Ry Cooder
  • editor: Peter Przygodda
  • role-name: Mike Max
  • role-name: Brice Phelps
  • role-name: Mathilda
  • screenwriter: Wim Wenders
  • year: 1997
  • studio: MGM