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Trinity is an ex-gunslinger desperately wanting to be forgiven and accepted by his family that he abandoned years earlier. Unfortunately for him, a ruthless bounty hunter is on his trail. The bounty hunter tracks Trinity down and forces him to return to his violent ways in order to protect himself and his family. Written by
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George Martin returns to his family's farm after six years on the run for killing his brother's murderer. He makes a vow to his wife, never to use violence again, but runs afoul of vicious land-grabbers and ruthless bounty hunter Klaus Kinski.
Billed on some prints as a bogus Trinity sequel, this is actually a remake of a previous spaghetti western, Clint The Stranger, also starring Martin in an identical role with some footage from the previous film used as a flashback.
Both films are about on par, though if watching both, the viewer is liable to decide for his or herself which one is better.
Once again, it's hard to watch Martin, doing his best to remain passive in order to conform to his wife's standards. I personally don't see much virtue in letting people as nasty as they are here, run rough-shot over one's self.
Overall, George Martin is adequate, Klaus Kinski is great, so too is the canned Ennio Morricone score, and this has a good finale. It's okay viewing for fans of the genre who've seen everything else.
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