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...some action and poor plot, Cosa Nostra and so on
I watched this because Fred Williamson. But his part was smaller than the videocover says, hell there was even a Big picture( the whole frontcover!) of williamson holding a shotgun and guy is in film like one minute with no guns, he's in a suit smoking cigar and saying few lines. So this is Italian crimefilm, some action and poor plot, Cosa Nostra and so on. There's no reason to see this film, but if you like(well somebody does, I know) lousy B-crimefilms made in italy late 70's you might wanna take a look at this. 1,5/5
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