A Zorro type masked vigilant solves every problem in the world. Returning home he finds and kills the murderer of his father.
Forthcoming possible relation problems with his love interest he gets early enough out of the way by riding into the sunset (with his friend and his horse).
Starblack is a rather old fashioned adventure yarn, which could also had been filmed 10 years earlier. Only the SW typical violence points at 1966, the year of its release.
The simplicity of the film is remarkable and in odds with several of the violent outbursts in the action scenes.
But I have to admit that Giovanni's directing is often done with a refreshing verve, which makes the film in defiance of the general naivety in parts entertaining.