Agiostini Belli stars as Mariuccia, the widow of a a gangster shot down in the prime of his gun-for-hire life, in this so-so poliziotteschi written and directed by Vittorio Schiraldi. She vows revenge on the responsible parties and gets the enthusiastic assistance of her father-in-law, clan godfather Don Angelino (Arthur Kennedy). Rival Gaspare Ardizzone (John Saxon) shouts a lot, and trouble rapidly escalates from fist fights to all out war. Meanwhile, second son Luca (Spiro Focas) disappoints dear old dad by displaying no interest in continuing the family business, but comes to a sticky end on the mean streets of New York City. There's absolutely nothing original about this film (released in English as I Kiss the Hand), but Kennedy and Saxon do their best. There's a decent letterboxed copy with Japanese subtitles out there if you're interested.
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