False "feuilleton" with Gothic atmospheres and some splatter sequences, with an evident productive poorness made by producer Enzo Doria and director Luciano Ercoli more at ease with thriller movies whom pretend, for the occasion to be French. A young nobleman battles against the ferocious woman who's reigning upon those lands. The truth, as told by a poor but valiant mute, is that the real sovereign is the young boy and helps him defeat the evil ones. Feeble in describing the facts and excessively sober in sets and locations, the picture just barely live up during sadism or tension sequences; and also the actors adequate to the phlegmatic atmosphere, except for the as usual good Gianni Cavina and Piero Lulli
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