A Day Of Violence - Uncut 
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Mitchell Parker lies dead on a morgue slab. In life, Mitchell served the low ranks of debt collectors, surrounded by all of the filth and scum that the world had to offer. He thought his luck was in when on a routine collection he stumbles across 100,000 cash hidden in the flat of one of his clients a deadly mistake which could cost him his life.
A dark and haunted past hangs over Mitchell s head, and one that will ultimately lead him on a journey of murder, redemption and sacrifice. Hunted by a ruthless gang for the stolen money, he must evade capture and rid himself of his demons once and for all.
Written & Directed by Darren Ward, 'A Day of Violence' is undoubtedly one of the most uncompromising & gritty features to emerge from the UK in 25 years.
Influenced by British & Italian violent crime thrillers of the 70s, and with parallels to 'The Long Good Friday', and Lucio Fulci's 'The Smuggler' (Luca il Contrabbandiere) it weaves a dark tale of violence, life and death in the underworld.
Featuring infamous Italian horror icon & star of some of the most notorious Italian horror classics ever unleashed (House on the Edge of the Park, Cannibal Apocalypse & Cannibal Ferox) - Giovanni Lombardo Radice (John Morghen)
Searing with force, and charged with unflinching horror - A DAY OF VIOLENCE is HERE!
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The chainsaw, which features on the sleeve, doesn't really come into play despite being introduced at one point, unlike in films such as Brian De Palma's 'Scarface' or, even more graphically, Lucio Fulcio's black comedy 'Touch of Death,' which shows the slow dismemberment of a woman by chainsaw with her cut pieces turning into mince meat before being fed to some hungry pigs.