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Author Topic: Pigeon Shoot / Tiro al piccione (Giuliano Montaldo, 1961)  (Read 115 times)

Vizzini

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This long-unavailable classic war movie chronicles the last days of the Mussolini's Republic of Salò, as seen through the eyes of a young fascist soldier. This approach was source of great controversy and the film soon disappeared. For a few years Montaldo devoted himself to more genre oriented projects (Grand Slam, Machine Gun McCain), before gaining critical success with its 1970s political cinema classics (Sacco and Vanzetti, And Agnes Chose to Die).

Starring Jacques Charrier (The Eye of Evil), Eleonora Rossi Drago (Violent Summer, Camille 2000), Francisco Rabal (Belle de Jour, Sorcerer) and Gastone Moschin (The Conformist, Caliber 9). Music by Carlo Rustichelli (Blood and Black Lace, Kill Baby, Kill!).

Now available as an all-region BD feature, featuring a new 4K restoration from original negative, an exclusive interview with director Giuliano Montaldo (27 min.) and a photogallery. English and French subtitles. You can find it in stock at Amazon.it (Europe) or DiabolikDVD (USA).
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Funktion

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Thanks for the heads-up, Vizzini.  ;)

I'll be sure to include it on my next order from Amazon.it.  :D
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