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Another worthwhile lenzi/milian euro crime collaboration
Another worthwhile lenzi/milian euro crime collaboration with a particularly demonstrative performance from the legendary milian playing a duo of misfit siblings. Happily he dons the same pimp fright wig from stelvio massi's 'destruction force' thus allowing the viewer to swiftly differentiate the aesthetic and moral differences betwixt the two titular characters. Milian obsessives and euro crime addicts will find this particularly rambunctious entry in Lenzi's extensive poliziottesco pantheon to be well worth the effort. I feel it would be an injustice to not mention the utter crime funk brilliance of Franco Micalizzi's monstrously effective, and wildly funky soundtrack.
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