Miss Violence DVD coverDirector: Alexandros Avranas
Screenplay: Alexandros Avranas, Kostas Peroulis
Starring: Kostas Antalopoulos, Constantinos Athanasiades, Chloe Bolota
Producer: Alexandros Avranas
Country: Greece
Running Time: 98 min
Year: 2013
BBFC Certificate: 18

I wonder why this film was made; it is gratuitous and vile.

Sure it is beautifully shot, but I hear Terry Richardson took a good photograph.

This isn’t a date movie, this isn’t a movie to see with a man you like or who likes you, or with your daughters if you have any or even by yourself if you have any daughters. in fact there isn’t enough brain bleach to get this out of your mind once you have seen it.

If you are a recovering drug addict or alcoholic, don’t see it as it is guaranteed to make you fall off the wagon.

Pointless and horrible.

Miss Violence is out now on DVD in the UK, released by Metrodome.

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About The Author

Katy Vans grew up watching a lot of late night films at a very young age; along with giving her nightmares she also developed a love of Spaghetti Westerns and Stanley Kubrick. With a background in acting, writing, film making and journalism she describes herself as an undisciplinary artist/word thief.

5 Responses

  1. Justin

    Mmm, you’ve been hanging around with me for too long!
    So what’s the film about – a bit of a sparse review to my mind… I want to know why it’s so horrible – perhaps Katy can write part 2 and tell us why she found the film so obnoxious… I’d like to know 🙂

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  2. Richard

    Sure its a tough watch – but if you think of it as a comment on how Greece has been treated following the banking crisis, it makes sense. I think it has as much power as Lindsay Anderson’s If… It’s very relevant, political film making.

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  3. David Brook

    Richard posted a comment on this but it won’t show up for some reason.

    Here it is:

    “Sure its a tough watch – but if you think of it as a comment on how Greece has been treated following the banking crisis, it makes sense. I think it has as much power as Lindsay Anderson’s If… It’s very relevant, political film making.”

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  4. Billious De-Ath

    Excellent Review – straight to the point with out pompous mastication…..and where can I get a copy

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