During a shootout between him and some hoods, Baretta kills an innocent bystander, a nineteen years old boy. So he decides to find out the reason why he shot this boy, why was he here, at night, in an alley. Did he work for a drug lord? But there also is some one who wants to get revenge of the boy's death: his brother, a young man too. When shooting in order to kill Baretta, he badly wounds one of this friends, a street petty ex hoodlum in his late fifties. The revenge boy character is very interesting, not shown as the evil man of the story, as he probably should be in another one. He is not a pusher working for a kingpin, as did his dead brother.
Unfortunately, the story is too much predictable. well directing by the prolific TV vet Don Medford.
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