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Sequestro di persona (1969)

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Christina Fisher arrives in Sardinia to spend a holiday with her university friend, Francesco. As they are touring the island, they are trapped by mountain terrorists. Francesco is ... See full summary »

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Gavino
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Christina
Frank Wolff ...
Osilo
Ennio Balbo ...
Marras
Pierluigi Aprà ...
Francesco Marras
Margarita Lozano ...
Marras' mother
Steffen Zacharias ...
Santulus Surgiu
Enrico Osterman
Enzo Robutti
Fabrizio Jovine
Paolo Todisco
Gino Cassani
Max Turilli
Guy Heron
Vito Rocca
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Christina Fisher arrives in Sardinia to spend a holiday with her university friend, Francesco. As they are touring the island, they are trapped by mountain terrorists. Francesco is kidnapped, but Christina is permitted to leave. She is determined to contact the police, but is persuaded not to by Francesco's best friend, Gambino. Together they try to find the kidnappers, but she becomes suspicious of everyone including Gambino. Confused and paranoid, she sets out alone to contact the police. Written by Video Treasures

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27 January 1969 (Turkey)  »

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Blazing Guns, Scowling Peasants, Swinging Charlotte!
14 April 2003 | by (Edinburgh, Scotland) – See all my reviews

A real oddity, this one! A would-be cross between a violent crime thriller (shootouts and kidnappings on the island of Sardinia) and a National Geographic documentary (rugged scenery and peasant customs). To make it even more confusing, 60s style icon Charlotte Rampling looks as if she'd just wandered in from an episode of Absolutely Fabulous. Mind you, she does look gorgeous. Alas, when I saw it, her love scene with Latino hunk Franco Nero was ignominiously snipped by censors at the Romanian Cinematheque. (Where else would you see this movie?) Its director, Gianfranco Mingozzi, ascended to Eurotrash heaven with his 1974 'nympho nun' opus Flavia The Heretic.


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