Death Wish

Release Date: 04 September 2006 | Certificate: Suitable for 18 years and over
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Charles Bronson stars in a genre-defining vigilante thriller that made him a household name. A fatal sexual assault on his wife and daughter leads mild-mannered architect Paul Kersey (Bronson) to rethink the justice system in his own terms when he discovers the police to be ineffectual, bureaucratic slackers. He then starts to single-handedly reduce New Yorks crime rate by murdering every thug, scumbag, and no goodnik he lays eyes on. The film, despite its use of graphic violence as entertainment, was hailed as a socially complex and engaging movie that shocked audiences across the country. Subsequently, Bronson filmed a long series of films as Kersey that were heavier on violence than substance. However, DEATH WISH is a classic American film whose themes and style have been imitated by filmmakers all over the world.
Release Date: 04 September 2006
Certificate: 18 - Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18, by placing an order for this product you are declaring that you are 18 years or over.
Directed by: Michael Winner

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Main Language: English

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Enjoyably violent like most of Bronson's films.

An embittered man becomes a very efficient vigilante after the murder of his wife by a mugger. In the movie, there was a drop in muggings as the public followed his lead, bizarrely the same thing happened in reality for a while. Street attacks were very rare in Britain in '74 so perversely, it's more satisfying viewing now.

Catalogue No: PHE9077