Lahn is a heroin addict who will do anything for his dose. After he robs his roommate, Denis, he shows up at the door of Denis' best friend, Trevor, to see if he will hide him for a while. ... See full summary »
I saw the movie on a festival couple of years ago, where Carlo (the director) won some award.
Actually I really liked the movie and Franco Nero's performance was so brilliant. And the director's attitude to the question of the right to judge someone is one of the best I've seen.
Watching the movie, your also catch some tasty details - like there's a scene where the main character gets near his ex-love's house, and we begin to think he is going to kill her. And, at the same time, we might just notice a traffic sign at the street, displaying "no right turn". Only for a second, and there's no close-up or something. You really need to watch out for this kind of small things. :)
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