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Roma drogata: la polizia non può intervenire (1975)

A psychedelic trip with a social commentary. Bud Cort, in his debut performance, plays Massimo Monaldi, a student involved in political protests and juvenile delinquency. When Massimo ... See full summary »

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Lucio Marcaccini
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Bud Cort ... Massimo Monaldi
Marcel Bozzuffi ... Il commissario De Stefani
Guido Alberti Guido Alberti ... Il capo della polizia
Ennio Balbo ... Antiquario
Tom Felleghy Tom Felleghy ... Capo medico (as Tom Felleghi)
Francesco Ferracini Francesco Ferracini ... Cannavale
Anna Zinnemann Anna Zinnemann ... madre di Cinzia
Luca Bonicalzi Luca Bonicalzi ... Dominic
Patrizia Gori ... Alberta Ferri
Pino Luce Pino Luce
Walter Manfredi Walter Manfredi
Rossella Or Rossella Or ... Manuscia
Graziella Scotese Graziella Scotese ... Stefania
Settimio Segnatelli Settimio Segnatelli ... Rudy
Leopoldo Trieste ... Assassino
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A psychedelic trip with a social commentary. Bud Cort, in his debut performance, plays Massimo Monaldi, a student involved in political protests and juvenile delinquency. When Massimo steals a valuable tobacco box, he quickly becomes tangled in a dangerous web between the police and the mafia. Hallucination Strip excels with it's not-so-subtle mix of sex, drugs, religion, politics and corruption.

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Action | Crime

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

18 December 1975 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Allucinating Trip See more »

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Diapason Cinematografica See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Italian censorship visa # 67021 delivered on 3-9-1975. See more »

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Wretched film
1 February 2016 | by FalconeerSee all my reviews

"Roma Drogata" is a disaster on every level. The film as aged terribly, where most Italian crime films from that era look better now than they did then. Tired story centers on the son of a wealthy family, who for some reason has plucked eyebrows more severe than Joan Crawford, and is wearing more makeup than a clown, who wants to get his hands on some hard drugs. He wants to throw a party and provide the party favors, so a bunch of ugly, drugged out hippies can hang out at his house and use him for drugs. Bud Cort, looking seedy and creepy is a drug pusher along with his girlfriend. There are some hallucination scenes which are hilariously dated and cheesy, and the rich boy's father is a rabid right winger who feels that all drug dealers, addicts, and thieves should be burned at the stake. And this features the worst soundtrack ever. The cheesy, dated songs made me nauseous. Complete drivel. It doesn't help that the cast is so damn unattractive either. Don't bother with this one. If you want to see a good drug-themed film from Italy, search out "Amore tossico." Now that is a well-made and serious film about the drug scene.


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