I know there is a thread comparing this film with One After Another but I thought it was worthy of its own discussion.
Having only recently received my copy of the Koch Media release this was my first opportunity to see this film and I must say I was genuinely impressed. With Brass’ reputation for titty flicks I wasn’t sure what to expect but was pleasantly surprised. It was visually impressive with lots of interesting editing and religious imagery, had a good theme tune which was well used and I liked Phillipe Leroy in the lead role. On top of that, Adolfo Celi made an excellent baddie as El Grande Concho; combining the physical presence of Fernando Sancho with the cruel megalomania of Eduardo Fajardo.
My only disappointment was in the final showdown which was building really well but poorly executed at the end.
All in all though a first rate Spaghetti in my opinion and thoroughly enjoyed. Also, an excellent quality DVD release. Great picture quality and sound and with english subtitles to boot. Well done Koch Media.