This is a very entertaining spaghetti western. It is a serious revenge story with a little bit of humor thrown in. It has an interesting story, and the humor succeeds without dominating the tone of the film.
The music score is also very good, and surely won't disappoint any spaghetti western purists who see the movie.
The always great Fernando Sancho gives the best performance in this film. He plays a Mexican bandit who teams up with a former confederate soldier. Their goal is to wipe out a tyrannical town boss who is partly responsible for the death of the soldier's father.
How can any spaghetti western fan not like a movie whose main female character is named Violence? What's even cooler is that everyone acts like it is just a normal name for a girl.
This one is definitely worth a look for all fans of Euro-westerns.
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