I liked Keoma the very first time I saw it many years ago, and I still think it is a really good film, as I find new things I like about the film every time I see it.
The Woody Strode and William Berger characters are interesting to watch, and especially like Strode on the way his character becomes more like his former self again many years ago.
The music is a split affair, and I actually do not mind it, but I can understand why some people may not like it.Well I have had the soundtrack to the film for years, and I still enjoy listening to it.
And Franco Nero is always a very interesting actor to watch, and underated actor aswell, and seems a nice guy in real life aswell. It always surprises me the amount of films this actor has made, especially in the 1970’s and early 80’s, and usually get to see a couple of films I have never seen of his every year.
The action works for me in the film, and like someone has previously said he has copied Peckinphah, but he does not fully understand the full concepts behind this process I think, and vastly over used this idea to much in the 1980’s with his futuristic films like the Bronz Warriors.
I am looking forward to watching some of the directors earlier westerns in the future, and to see whether they match up to this one.