A man roves the vastity of a deserted industrial plant ready to grasp his gun. Hat, boots, belt, the last pistolero is going to face the hardest of challenges...

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A man roves the vastity of a deserted industrial plant ready to grasp his gun. Hat, boots, belt, the last pistolero is going to face the hardest of challenges...

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Nero strikes back!
17 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

Great interpretation of Franco Nero! Very good the cinemathography of Dominici. Morricone's music arranged very well by italian pop group "Subsonica"


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