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well being a Kinski fan if felt that it didn't contain enough scenes with him in it. There were some nice surprises along the way but nothing of real substance---including 'B' movie substance--- unfortunately it was too boring to be a nice form of kitch. There is one nice scene of a 60's art party where devilry and fornication included some horrible psychodelia and sweaty Italians dancing. Not bad---but not enough to keep a sane person interested. There is a few scenes where Kinski is being a total malicious killer and he thinks much like a wild animal killing anything for his own greed and no human emotion is felt by him. I wouldn't bother with this one leave it and go do something constructive with your time like watch your laundry in the dryer.
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