Watch The Trailer For Venice Selected MISS VIOLENCE

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Greek cinema has undergone a major resurgence in recent years and the latest Greek title to hit a major film festival is Alexandros Avranas' Venice selected Miss Violence.

On the day of her birthday, eleven-year-old Angeliki jumps off the balcony and falls to her death with a smile on her face. While the police and Social Services try to discover the reason for this apparent suicide, Angeliki's family keep insisting that it was an accident. What is the secret that young Angeliki took with her? Why does her family persist in trying to "forget" her and to move on with its life? These are the answers that the people from Social Services look for when they visit the family's clean and orderly home. The father has made sure nothing is missing and that everything is where it belongs. It seems as if nothing can betray them. But Angeliki's younger brother unintentionally reveals clues which will gradually shatter the family's well polished world, forcing them to come face to face with that which, for so many years, they have been hiding or could not bear to see. One by one they will break down, until finally violence will once again offer the solution, keeping the family united and the secret safe.
The trailer for this one is freshly arrived online and looks very, very good. Take a look below.

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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "The trailer for this one is freshly arrived online and looks very, very good. Take a look below."

    Yeah, it does, Mr Brown, question is this, are we watching a crimedrama or a simply the dissection of a dysfunctional family?

    But it does look good, thanks Mr Brown.

  • Aleks

    Actually, Mr. Mightyjoeyoung, credit goes to me but apparantly credit is apparently NOT where is credit due around here.

  • mightyjoeyoung

    I really don´t care.

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