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La banda del gobbo (1978)

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Pino Colizzi ...
Commissario Sarti
Isa Danieli ...
Maria - prostitute
Salvatore Borghese ...
Milo Dragovic 'Albanese'
Luciano Catenacci ...
Adalberto Maria Perrone
Solvi Stubing ...
Marika Engver - embassy clerk (as Solvy Stubing)
Guido Leontini ...
Mario Di Gennaro - 'Sogliola'
Francesco D'Adda ...
The Bespectacled Psychiatrist
Fulvio Mingozzi ...
Commissioner Mingozzi
Carlo Gaddi ...
Faina' - Gobbos friend
Alessandra Cardini ...
(as Sandra Cardini)
Livio Galassi ...
Giggi - Gobbo's friend
Pierangelo Civera ...
Agente Romeo Esposito (as Angelo Civera)
Nello Pazzafini ...
Carmine Ciacci
Franco Odoardi ...
The Chief Psychiatrist
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18 August 1978 (Italy)  »

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Brothers Till We Die  »

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But they just … won't … DIE!
7 July 2007 | by (the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls) – See all my reviews

Ah, Mr. Umberto Lenzi … The man is a legend and a personal hero of mine, but I can't deny that "Brothers till we Die" is one of the most pointless and overlong Italian cult flicks I ever had to endure in my life. Lenzi single-handedly was responsible for copious amounts of notorious horror movies an he even is the second best Italian director in the field of violent crime movies (after Fernando Di Leo, hands down), but "Brothers till we Die" just looks as if it's a quickly scripted and nonchalant project to kill some spare time. The film suffers from a (too) thin storyline and – even worse – it carries on even long after the basic storyline has ended. Approximately 75% of the film is purely pointless padding where absolutely nothing happens apart from cult-veteran Tomas Millian giving a one-man double role show. He portrays the hunchbacked crime-lord of a big city as well as his docile brother with a nasty beard. Quasimodo-Millian plots a tremendously big heist, but he quickly gets double-crossed by his associates. He then engages his brother and uses him to fulfill his vengeance plans. Everything, from the planning of the heist over the treason and even the revenge itself, takes place during the first hour of the film, but for some inexplicable reason the story continues for yet nearly another full hour and it revolves on … absolutely nothing at all. The second half of the film simply depicts – in annoyingly great detail – the love/hate relationship between the Marazzi-twins but it's uninteresting, dull and entirely without excitement. "Brothers till we Die" is a complete embarrassment compared to "Almost Human" (Lenzi's ultimate crime-masterwork) and it's sometimes even difficult to accept the same cinematic "genius" made both movies. There's a severe lack of violence in this movie, the characters don't really have enough sadistic baggage and there's only ONE car-chase, which isn't even that impressive. Where's all the excitement? What happened to sleazy and politically incorrect sub plots? Where's all the stylish photography and lurid musical guidance? And, the most important question of them all remains: Who was the guy in the director's chair and what did he do to Umberto Lenzi?


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