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Mino and Lello, two sons of a worker wrongly accused of murder, try to find out evidence of his innocence and begin to investigate mafia business in Torino. Written by
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This movie is well done. A fine director, an interesting story, good music (as always in this Italian movies from the 60s and 70s). There are strong actors too.
Bud Spencer shows that he is able to give a nice performance in a dramatic role of a father who is in the prison innocently. Of course there are not very fine nuances in his mimic but he fits the role perfect.
A surprise for me was that he has not the leading role. There are two boys who never made a lot of other movies. They dominate the screen and did an impressive job - Domenico Santoro and Andrea Balestri!
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