A gang sets out to rob a bank, known as the biggest bank in the west. The don't just run in and shoot, they do it carefully to not get themselves into trouble. The robbery wents out fine, the problem comes when they'll split it. One of the robbers doesn't want to share the money and the robbers are starting to drop dead...
I can't see a single flaw in this Spaghetti Western. It's set in mud and snow, which adds to the film as it gets a strange mellancholic feeling. The town is very muddy while the rest is very snowy. Snow we got to see a lot of in The Great Silence, another great Spaghetti Western. While for example The Great Silence is a famous film in Spaghetti Cinema, this is a hiddden gem, and very well worth tracking down. It's not that easy to find, only on a DVDr. I have the Swedish VHS, I'm a big Spaghetti Western fan but I had never heard of this film when I was browsing Tradera (the Swedish eBay). It was lucky that I looked at what it was, I thought it was American at first but I liked the plot. It turned out to be a rare Spaghetti Western and of course I placed a bid, and won the auction.
OK, the acting could have been better but Fernando Sancho is great as usual, so is Piero Lulli and Patty Shepard is beautiful.
9 Colt's out of 10!
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