Just finished viewing this one under the title Ballad of Django. Version I viewed was a VHS rip, widescreen in English with forced subtitles.
As its basically just a bunch of scenes from Fidani’s other films, its hard to rate/review based on the scenes themselves or the plot. Basically there is no real plot, its just Django telling stories about his experiences as a bounty hunter. That said, I enjoyed it quite a bit. Because there’s no real story, the scenes that make up this film are mostly all action sequences and it never gets lost in confusing dullness. It kind of reminds me of W Django, in that its a simple vehicle for action. Being that its scenes from several Fidani films, you get a nice sampling of his work- from decently impressive to laughably ridiculous. Again, there is much I could comment on the scenes themselves, but the comments would really belong in a discussion of the original films
While watching, I was wondering if maybe the idea to have a young guy that admired Django as a kid, and then seeks him out and listens to the old Django telling his bounty hunter stories was a sort of ripoff of My Name is Nobody, but this film predates it by a few years.
If you can have a good time with Fidanis and you don’t mind watching a film composed of 90% recycled footage, or maybe you haven’t seen any Fidanis yet but are interested to see what they hold, then I would definitely recommend this title.