kleur - couleur ⁄ 91' ⁄ ST - OND: FR
Sergio Corbucci, Italië - Italie, Spanje - Espagne 1966, Franco Nero, José Bódalo, Loredana Nusciak
This name should be unmistakable now, after Tarantino’s controversial hit, tribute. The original Django himself showed up in the film. Franco Nero basically offers a riff on the Clint Eastwood archetype, but absolutely delivers. He has plenty of attitude, and sells the mystery of his character, embellished even by the theme song. The mythology of the character is fascinating, despite the story’s resemblance to A Fistful of Dollars. Django drags a coffin around with him everywhere, and the big reveal of its contents is one of the best payoffs anywhere. The music and enthusiastic camerawork are infectious, creating a definitive addition to the genre.
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