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Bride of Violence 2 (1993)

Vendetta II: The New Mafia (original title)
Nancy now lives as a nun in a Sicilian monastery. The don arranges for her to see her daughter on occasion. A rival group within his outfit wants to use this to bring in the change of leadership. There's also a journalist snooping around.

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(novel), (teleplay) (as Brian Ross) | 1 more credit »
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Nancy Pertinace
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Hank Parnell
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Frank Latella
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Frank Jr. (as Justin Louis)
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Vincent Domenici
Miguel Fernandes ...
Nearco Latella
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Albert Lamanna
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Anna
Susan Spafford ...
Angela Latella
Eva Grimaldi ...
Brenda Lamanna
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Joe Spero
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Mother Superior
Lorne Brass ...
Blades
Chip Chuipka ...
Johnny Doyle
Anthony Kroeger ...
Leadpipe
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Nancy now lives as a nun in a Sicilian monastery. The don arranges for her to see her daughter on occasion. A rival group within his outfit wants to use this to bring in the change of leadership. There's also a journalist snooping around.

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28 November 1993 (USA)  »

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Vendetta II  »

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Another mafia story made for home audiences

Well, you have understood that this long TV movie is the following of the one that you had two years earlier, starring Eric Roberts. You find again the young woman - Nancy - who is now a nun in a convent...As the summary line tells. You have also understood, or at least guessed, that it is not THE GODFATHER series, despite the fact that you have powerful actors such as Eli Wallach and Burt Young. But this TV feature is pretty well done anyway without any, or very few lengths. The overall atmosphere sounds the nineties very much, such as those TV movies that we saw, in France, on TF1 garbage channel in the Hollywood Night program, on Saturday evenings. The director of this TV movie is Ralph Thomea, but beware, that's not the same man from UK who directed in the fifties and sixties.

Back to this TV show, nothing to do either to the masterpiece CORLEONE made in Italy in 2007. Nothing to do. But, I repeat, that remains an appreciable time waster.


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