[quote=“Phil H, post:3, topic:2584”]Traditional style early spaghetti but, for its type, a very good one in my opinion. Madison suits this kind of film and Sancho does what he does best as the larger than life bandit with his own particular code of ethics. As Ennioo mentioned, it has a pretty short running time which actually fits it perfectly and ensures it doesn’t outlast its welcome. Nice action, bit of romance, decent direction and a nice big helping of Sancho. Did the trick for me.
Don’t expect any Leone-isms and there’s plenty to enjoy in an old school kind of way.[/quote]
I agree! This is another one of those early examples of the genre that I really enjoy watching.
If you are expecting this to be anything close to a Leone, Corbucci, or even Tessari style film you will be disappointed. But, if you know that going into the film (as I did), then you will likely find it a nice, entertaining little film.