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Blu-ray Review - Man of Violence

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1971's "Man of Violence" (billed on the print as "Moon") represents co-writer/director Pete Walker's continuing exploration of the gangster genre, arriving soon after "The Big Switch." Acquiring a slightly larger budget and considerably more ambition, Walker expands his scope with "Man of Violence," trying to achieve a crisscrossing sense of antagonism and sexuality, using the dying light of Swinging London to his advantage, allowing for a darker but still unbearably paced picture that struggles to fill its permissive 109 minute run time. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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