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if i could vote with no stars i would but i can't so it gets one. strangely enough this might even be a good film if it was made properly but the present offering is diabolical. awful script, awful direction, production, film-making, whatever you call it, whatever went into it is bad bad bad. it looks ugly, the actors are all 1970s rejects, franco nero is almost incomprehensible, the storyline rushes through with huge gaps and nothing is done with any depth or feeling. pure 1970s TV trailer trash. i couldn't work out what the hell vanessa redgrave was doing embarrassing herself by appearing in it and now i have just read that the director is her son and the other lead actor her husband (?). so that explains that one. and now i know why it had been given away and was on sale in the pdsa shop for a quid. really must start investing in proper films.
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