ACTS OF VIOLENCE

ACTS OF VIOLENCE

    Price: $250.00

    Code: 1372
    Format: DVD

    Examines the high level of deadly violence in American society focusing on three types of murder--those of the mass murderer, the serial murderer, and the political assassin--and analyzes not only why these acts are committed but also why they are peculiarly American. In addition to shocking footage of some of the most notorious incidents in recent history, the documentary includes interviews with victims and their families, law enforcement officers, psychiatrists and psychologists.

    Directed by Imre Horvath
    1985, 60 minutes
    Purchase: $250 Classroom Rental: $125

    * Gold Medal, NY Festival of Film & Video

    **** Highly Recommended "...a gripping, eye-opening program...insightful and engrossing...Recommended for all libraries."--Video Rating Guide for Libraries

    "...reveals the interplay of cultural and psychological factors in human behavior...Appropriate viewing material for college courses in social problems, criminology, deviance, and abnormal behavior."--Choice

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