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A mad journey into the mind of the depraved!

A mad journey into the mind of the depraved!
Recommended for devolved primates only!

Sunday, January 25, 2015


 Whereas many of these spaghetti-westerns have a pretty simple plot of someone being wronged and then seeking vengeance this one takes a slightly different approach and throws a couple of curves into that formula. It starts out like your standard tale of a guy(Gianni Garko, credited as John Garko) whose woman is abused and murdered, he's shot and left for dead and then manages to live on seeking revenge. So he's a pretty sympathetic person to start out with. Unfortunately on his quest he starts to become a bit unhinged and by the end the "hero" role has been swapped to an entirely different character. It's interesting that initially he is wronged by a group representing the law and this seems to brand the idea that anyone who represents the forces of justice are corrupt. You can kinda see where he's coming from up until a point where he crosses a line. So I give this one extra points for making me think about these things. AKA TASTE OF VENGEANCE, In France this was dubbed a Django film with the title DJANGO DOES NOT PRAY and in Germany it got the sweet title of BASTARDS DO NOT PRAY

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