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The answer is that this is not your run-on-the-mill spandex-clad superhero comic.As written by creators John Wagner and Vince Locke, A History of Violence is a character-driven tale of redemption.When confronted by Carl, he not only denies being Joey, but claims to have never been in Philadelphia.Neither the script nor Viggo Mortensen gives us a clue whether Tom and Joey are the same person, or whether Tom is the victim of an unfortunate coincidence. Cronenberg weaves a spell for over an hour, but he proves unable to sustain it for the entire running length.
Heralded as a hero, Tom's life is changed overnight, attracting a national media circus, which forces him into the spotlight.
It seems that a group of thugs think he looks like an old companion of theirs who disappeared after a prior botched deal.
They want revenge and now they know where he lives.
And it's on TV that Carl Fogaty (Ed Harris) sees a familiar face.
Based on the evidence of his eyes, the man who calls himself Tom Stall is actually Joey Cusack, an ex-killer from Philadelphia.
Uncomfortable with his newfound celebrity, Tom tries to return to the normalcy of his ordinary life only to be confronted by a mysterious and threatening man who arrives in town believing Tom is the man who's wronged him in the past.