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Pier Paolo Capponi,
Can't really review this film. I remember though it appeared to be rather weird. I first had seen it in the paper playing in one of those theaters in San Francisco on Market street, where you could go to see four movies at once. Later it was on TV on Channel 36 in San Jose. The picture quality was not so good being in Oakland.
Even in this DVD age when everything should be available, this film appears not to be.
Perhaps this is no great classic, but considering what HBO, Showtime, and other stations do show, why can't this be seen so we can at least find out for our selves. I have written about Hail Mafia being an interesting film that also has not had the exposure that it deserves. Makes you wonder if this supposedly 1968 film has been lost.
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