German auteur film maker Wim Wenders, imagines a world without violence in his allegorical thriller, "The End of Violence" (1997). Bill Pullman plays a Hollywood producer, who after reckoning with himself, decides to make amends for the amount of violentlaced films he's put forward in the past. Through a series of strange occurrences, Pullman's character finds himself disconnected from the world he's known and instead working with a Mexican-American gardening crew. He's only drawn back when finding out about the danger of special technology created by the government, that's meant to put the whole city on permanent surveillance and remove violence at the cost of all freedom. The film boasts a stellar supporting cast headlined by Gabriel Byrne and Andie MacDowell.