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Author Topic: Burn, Boy, Burn / Brucia, ragazzo, brucia (Fernando Di Leo, 1969)  (Read 1945 times)

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Really enjoyed this one. Wasn't sure what to expect as I knew it wasn't a 'crime' film before going in but was pleasantly surprised. Well worth a look. Watched it via the Japanese DVD released aaaggges ago...


There's a DVD on Amazon.co.uk from 01 for £5.99 doesn't say if it's English friendly though, anyone know if it is?
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Still got my Japanese DVD, along with A Wrong Way To Love which I got at the same time.

I need to revisit it actually as I can't remember it that well but do remember enjoying it. I seem to recall it was the better out the two films.
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There's a DVD on Amazon.co.uk from 01 for £5.99 doesn't say if it's English friendly though, anyone know if it is?
The Italian DVD is cut and has no English subs  :-[
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