Eye for an Eye


Eye for an Eye

Eye for an Eye (engl. "Auge um Auge") kann bedeuten:

Filme

  • Der englische Titel (An Eye for an Eye) des deutschen Spielfilms Auge um Auge aus dem Jahre 1957, mit Curd Jürgens
  • den US-amerikanischen Western An Eye for an Eye aus dem Jahr 1966, mit Slim Pickens
  • Der Originaltitel des Actionfilms Der Gigant mit Chuck Norris (An Eye for an Eye) aus dem Jahre 1981
  • Der Originaltitel des Thrillers Auge um Auge aus dem Jahre 1996 (Eye for an Eye), mit Sally Field, Kiefer Sutherland und Ed Harris
  • Eye for an Eye (2008 film) (눈에는 눈 이에는 이 Nuneneun nun ieneun i), ein südkoreanischer Film mit Han Suk-kyu


in der Literatur
  • eine 2003 erschienene Erzählung (An Eye For an Eye) der Noughts & Crosses Reihe von Malorie Blackman
  • An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945, ein Buch des US-amerikanischen Journalisten John Sack


in der Musik
  • Eye for an Eye, eine britische Southern Rock / Metal Band aus Swindon
  • Eye for an Eye (Band), eine polnische Hardcore-Punk-Rock-Band
  • Eye for An Eye (Hardcoreband)
  • Eye for an Eye (Album), ein 1983 erschienenes Album der Band Corrosion of Conformity
  • "Eye for an Eye (Your Beef is Mines)", ein Lied von Mobb Deeps 1995 erschienenem Album The Infamous
  • "Eye for an Eye", eine 2003 erschienene Single der britischen Band UNKLE
  • "Eye for an Eye", ein Lied von Quiet Riot, das auf dem Album Quiet Riot II erschienen ist
  • "Eye for an Eye", ein Lied von Soulflys gleichnamigen Debütalbum


im Fernsehen
  • Eye for an Eye (Fernsehserie), eine Fernsehgerichtsshow


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