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I am usually satisfied with the Italian crime flicks I watch, but this one, I don't know why, is such a mess, totally disastrous to stand for the viewer. Acting, directing and the screenplay are absolutely awful. And the basic topic is rather interesting, a revenge tale which could have the audience may expect something far better than this crap. It is violent, bloody, very Italian in its form, but so bad, with sometimes a touch of comedy. The lead actor is so disappointing, terrible. Forget this film at all costs. I know none of the actors and I would have preferred Franco Nero, Thomas Milian or Fabio Testi; and I don't speak of Henry Silva.
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