A man roves the vastity of a deserted industrial plant ready to grasp his gun. Hat, boots, belt, the last pistolero is going to face the hardest of challenges...

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A man roves the vastity of a deserted industrial plant ready to grasp his gun. Hat, boots, belt, the last pistolero is going to face the hardest of challenges...

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25 October 2002 (Italy)  »

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24 January 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

It's great to see Franco Nero (who else?) back as "the last gunfighter" of the title, in a wonderful black and white photography. Nero - hero of some of the greatest Italian-made western movies, starring in one of the absolute masterpieces of the genre, Corbucci's "Vamos a matar, companeros" - doesn't say a single word, he simply acts with his presence and his face. And that's enough to recreate the legend. The movie was actually filmed in a dismissed industrial area outside Turin, converted in a postmodern western location. Every detail is simply perfect, from the beginning to the end, making this short movie the latest masterpiece in Italian western.


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