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See Naples... Then Die (2008)

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(as Aaron Stielstra)

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(as Aaron Stielstra)
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Gus / Uncle Terry / Sean Levine / Todd / Nosotros / Nido (as Aaron Stielstra)
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Virgil Barleycorn / Vince
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Buck Scarsdale
Anthony Santa Maria ...
Danny Scarsdale
Vince Lopes Jr. ...
Baby Boy 9mm
Matt Copley ...
Squash
Michael Nosé ...
Kitagawa
Lidia Rasconi ...
Park Lesbian
Christian Mannschreck ...
Demon Baby
Simone Gatti ...
Scugnozzi
Gabriele Rivolta ...
Spaccanapoli
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Susanna Confalonieri ...
Luciana
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Big-Bearded Bar Hostage
Angelo Lopes ...
Brazilian Robber
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Action | Comedy | Crime

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R
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20 November 2008 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Followed by Naples Never Dies... It Shoots! (2012) See more »

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Great title, great film
19 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The title refers to the saying "see Naples then die" (which originally referred to the beauty of the city) now takes on its literal meaning as the city is ridden with trash, drugs, and crime. Many times the saying "go to Naples" really means "go to hell." But anyway I digress...

'See Naples... Then Die' is a Solid Depth Charge production with plenty of brutality, laughs, and great locations. Stielstra does a great job playing a bevy of characters -- my favorite of which being the metal singer/guitarist whose name escapes me. Highlights include some amazing squib work, a hilarious metal music video, thrilling shootouts, and a powerful yet highly unexpected ending.

Though I expected something more along the lines of a poliziottesco, I really enjoyed seeing the Italian actors and locations. Unfortunately, however we never get to actually "see" Naples (the real one at least) in the movie as Rome and a number of northern Italian cities serve as stand-ins.

All in all, a highly entertaining film even if it feels a little too homemade.

Would love to see the film's amazing cover art uploaded to this site.


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