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Se sei vivo spara (Django Kill - If You Live, Shoot!) Reviews

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April 29, 2013
A farcical, badly dubbed piece of exploitation. There are parts which are so stupid they are funny but at the near two hour runtime it gets quite tedious.
December 31, 2012
Perus kostowesterniä lupaileva alku muuttuu äkkiä varsin oudoksi tripiksi.

Super Reviewer

December 3, 2012
A half-breed bandit is betrayed by his fellows and left for dead in a shallow grave; two Indians rescue him and make gold bullets for him to use, and he rides into a wicked town looking for revenge and stolen gold. This offbeat Spaghetti Western has lots of strange touches, such as homosexual cowboys and drunk parrots, and is oddly compelling, playing out like a mixture of FISTFUL OF DOLLARS and DEAD MAN. It has nothing to do with the Django series.
October 25, 2012
Offbeat, But Not As Surreal As Others Will Have You Believe--Too loosely written to be compelling!!
John Serrano
August 15, 2012
Django Kill is one bizarre film. It's got this disturbing surrealistic vibe stemming from the haunting score and the unnerving imagery. It's a unique spaghetti western in that sense, but it may not even be considered as such. There isn't much action for hardcore fans to enjoy, so the film feels much more like an art house film with a western setting rather than being any part of the western genre. This strange vibe may easily put off some or catch them off guard, but mostly, it's hugely intriguing. There's a great sense of terror, tension, and bizarre confusion that, though disturbing, is still interesting. This is easily brought about by the vicious gore and violence and the disorienting editing. Regarding its controversial reputation, the violence actually isn't the worst you'll ever see but it is gruesome at times just not as bad as others make it out to be. Overall, Django Kill isn't much of a spaghetti western but it is a fairly good art house film.
June 28, 2012
Words can't describe how wonderful this is.
February 25, 2012
Bonkers but utterly brilliant. The co-opting of the Django name to cash in on the success of Corbucci's film means that this is classed as a spaghetti western but, believe me, it's unlike any spaghetti western (or any other film for that matter) that you've ever seen. The story is too complicated that to even embark on trying to describe it would be the height of foolishness. Most of the action takes place in a town dubbed "The Unhappy Place" populated by psychopaths - picture Coalville but on the edge of a desert. There's a gang of gay bandits, led by a chap called Zorro who gets off on 1) seeing his muchachos prancing around in their black uniforms, and 2) torturing people with lizards. And he's got a sarcastic, whiskey-drinking parrot. Django (brilliantly underplayed by Tomas Milian) is aided and abeted by two outcast Indians (one of whom gets scalped by the redneck townspeople) as he tries to recover the gold that's been stolen from him. He also manages to fit in some rumpy-pumpy with a madwoman in an attic. A surreal and extremely bloody tale of betrayal and revenge. You really should watch it.
July 6, 2011
This is the most infamous of the Django-in-name-only films. Django Kill can best be described as a spaghetti western on acid. Not quite as surreal as Jodorowsky's El Topo, but it definitely comes in second. Django Kill's psychedelic attributes are most prevalent in both the story and in the experimental editing of the flashbacks. It's not surprising that the writer/editor, Franco Arcalli, went on to work on such amazing films, like The Conformist, Last Tango in Paris and Once Upon a Time in America. Some of Django Kill's weirder elements include a town made up of people who could easily fit in a David Lynch movie, a gang of homosexual muchachos and two mystic indians with the power to revive the dead.

The lead character know only as "The Stranger" is played by youthful spaghetti favorite Tomas Milian. A gang and the Stranger rob a stagecoach of its gold. The gold will become the death of everybody that seeks its possession. After the heist, the Stranger is double crossed, shot and left for dead. The two indian men arrive on the scene and help bring the Stranger back to life. The indians take what gold that was left behind and melt it into bullets for the Stranger. They give him the bullets in exchange of his services as a guide. From this point on he, like the indians, no longer has a desire for gold. It's as if he was reborn and purged of his former greedy nature. Most everyone else fights and dies for the gold. Some even die from by the gold itself. A few get killed via the gold bullets and one from a shower of molten gold. In all cases, the lust for gold is their undoing.

Django Kill does not shy away from the brutality in each of these deaths. In one scene, a man is being operated on after being shot multiple times. The doctor extracts a gold bullet and the surrounding people proceed to tear the guy apart looking for more gold. In another scene, an indian is scalped in gruesome detail. The film ends with a villain getting a load of molten gold poured over his face. When all added up, Django Kill is ranked as one of the most savagely violent spaghetti westerns ever made.

All of this psychedelic horror is great, but doesn't make up for Django Kill's weak direction by Giulio Questi. His art house western concept is inspired, just poorly executed. Django Kill could have been something special. What you get is an above average spaghetti western.
October 10, 2010
At least 31 unofficial sequels to Django exist. This is one of them. With this being an unofficial sequel to a film that wasn't all that amazing in the first place, you should know what to expect from this: a trashy spaghetti western. It's sort of enjoyable, but mostly because it's unintentionally funny. Some shots are incredibly nice due to them being over-exposed, but I get the impression this wasn't intentional. It's watchable, but it's bad.

Personal enjoyment: 4/10
Actual quality as a film: 4/10

Super Reviewer

May 6, 2010
First of all, this is not a Django movie, second, this is a movie that will split opinions in a strong way. Gay fascist cowboys, graphic scenes of torture and depravity, a weird psycho sexual vibe going on. A main character that spends more time captured than doing any killing, the most corrupt and vile euro-western town that ever existed. As if Luis Buñuel had directed a western.

The direction is sloppy in some parts, specially the action sequences, but the film truly has an identity of it's own. Even if you hate this you can't deny there's no other western like this. Is worth check just so you can see it for yourself, but again, don't expect a regular spaghetti western, or a regular movie for that matter.
Conner R

Super Reviewer

June 27, 2010
A truly psychedelic trip into the spaghetti western. While this isn't a flawless movie, it's got a very unique sense about it. The violence is completely ridiculous, including a man being ripped apart for gold bullets inside his stomach. The editing is bizarre though, there will be long scenes that mean absolutely nothing and then it'll also have these amazing hyperspeed flashbacks. Tomas Milian is unstoppable as always, even shooting him into a ditch in the desert won't kill him. This is a fun and interesting movie, not perfect, but certainly entertaining and worthwhile.
Pedro R.
March 22, 2010
one of my favorite spaghetti westerns! a mixture of weird stuff with political allegory and bizarre violence!
Here we have a unknown man coming to a town(a cliche in the western genre) where everything is out of place, w´ve got fat guys spiting on children, golden bullets stuck inside a man´s body. indians being graphilyc scalped, and a crazy torture scene with a bat and a lizard, this movie talks about greed, amorality and the army of mussolini(the 20 cowboys dressed in black)......great stuf!!!
December 7, 2006
If You Live Shoot! is the proper title here. Django Kill was the title given when the film was distributed overseas, as were alot of Spaghetti Westerns at the time to cash in on the Django name.
If You Live Shoot! is a classic Italian Western. It has the nihilistic tone of all Spaghetti Westerns yet its also one of the most depraved of the bunch that ive seen. Its a very violent sadistic film filled with disembowellings, scalping, hangings, molten gold coverings and a gay sex hungry squad of Muchachos! This film is fucking odd to say the least. A very young Thomas Milian stars with an even younger Ray Lovelock. Two of my favorite genre actors. This was way better than i expected it to be.
Ken S

Super Reviewer

May 21, 2007
It's no Leone, but a great Spaghetti western non the less
January 27, 2009 last i found it here and at home! This is 'Se sei vivo spara' or better known as Oro Hondo. Yes it's a spaghetti-gore movie and director's cut dvd has the full lenght of 117 minutes. (don't know if Usa dvd it's same, sorry).
I enjoyed two memorable scenes: last american outlaws has been badly injured from our hero (mex outlaw T.Milian) . Milian had a gun with gold bullets and delivered a little trasure on the body of that villain...(haha great). What do you think to do when you find a virtually dead man with a body full of golden bullets?? Try to save him? a Doc started the operation but the bunch of mex 'ghouls' aroud they see the gold and they begin to dismember that body by naked hands ..hahaha! ! Movie it's a ferocious fight to have the gold. You'll see Sadistic murders and a gang of Pervert Rapists (a young R.Lovelock is the victim) too...Beware of the fire, folks: the gold it changes as a warm, liquid metal! Don't open the door of a furniture, you should take a shower of gold on your head...
i recommend full uncensored version. This movie has been censored and blocked in '67 and withdrawn from distribution until '75. A damn movie.
May 15, 2008
Hurray, 300 ratings entries.

Screw MST3K. Honestly.

Rapes, murders, demons and John Cassavetes. Good ending too.

Delirious starts really funny and than becomes mind-numbingly boring when Eddie Murphy starts yapping about his family.

Unrest is by [i]far[/i] the best Afterdark Horrorfest film I've seen which isn't saying much.

I hope to God that Django, Kill isn't indicative of the quality of the original and of Takashi Miike's remake because otherwise... ouch.
January 27, 2008
A bizarre, blood-soaked western with memorable characters. Definitely not your average run-of-the-mill western movie.
August 21, 2007
i would like to see this one..
July 28, 2007
A pretty awesome spaghetti western, but not as revolutionary as I'd been led to believe. The gore isn't as disturbing as it once was, and it could do with being a good deal darker, but still interesting.
July 12, 2007
A great western to watch in
your youth
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