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Django Kill  [DVD]
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Generally considered to be one of the most violent Westerns ever made, `Django Kill`s brutal, surreal, gothic vision is of absolute pedigree. Directed by Fellini associate Guilio Questi (assistant director of `La Docle Vite`), the film was co written and edited by Bernardo Bertolucci's regular writer and film editor Franco Arcali (Last Tango In Paris, 1900) and start Tomas Milian (Traffic, The Yards, Amistad) and Ray Lovelock (The Living Dead At The Manchester Morgue, Fiddler On The Roof). DVD EXTRAS: Exclusive interview with director Guilio Questi and co-star Ray Lovelock, Exclusive introduction by acclaimed filmmaker Alex Cox (Repo Man, Sid and Nancy), Theatrical Trailer, plus trailers for Argent`s other Western releases.
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The story starts with a gold robbery and some nasty double crossing, where the half breed hero played by Milian is shot and left for dead with his Mexican friends. But the stranger rises from the grave to set off in pursuit of his betrayers, who enter a town that the Indians call "the unhappy place". Now the indians have a durn good reason for calling it that, because this town makes Sodom and Gomorrah look like a girl guides jamboree, nothing and nobody is safe as the gang and our hero soon find out. Throw in a gang of black clad homosexual cowboys that all resemble Dirk Bogarde from "The Singer not the Song", a seemingly mad woman who has escaped from the pages of "Jane Eyre", a prophet of doom talking parrot, and things get mighty interesting.Read more ›
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as django unchained good spagetti western plenty of action av purchased all previous ones in collection if i see any more i will purchasePublished on 14 Oct. 2013 by david t sylvester
Thought it was cheesy and the acting was a bit wooden. Nothing like the critic reviews on the cover. The Fistful of Dollar etc films made in the same era are far superior.Published on 25 April 2013 by Gillian