La Via Della Droga (1977) - Rotten Tomatoes

La Via Della Droga (1977)





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An undercover cop deeply entrenched in a lucrative international drug syndicate (Fabio Testi) and a trigger-happy Interpol agent (David Hemmings) attempt to survive on the streets long enough to bring the criminal element to their knees in director Enzo Castellari's explosive poliziotteschi. The city of Rome is about to erupt into violence, and as Inspector Fabio and agent Mike Hamilton become tied up in the twisted world of hard drugs and sexual depravity, the only thing standing between order and complete chaos are two tough law enforcers who may already be too far gone to get the job done. Now, with little time to spare and the specter of death looming on every city block, it's time to pick sides for the final battle and take on a hail of gunfire to take back the streets once and for all.

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Fabio Testi spends the entire movie in one of the silliest undercover cop get ups ever seriously committed to film - a hip length women's jean jacket which is cinched at the waist by a bright red belt, ripped jeans and proto-UGGS. Aside from the NASA ballcap, the thing that really seals the deal is the fact that someone, maybe his character, wrote MATT in whiteout across the shoulders of the jean jacket. Why? His name in the flick is Fabio. So why MATT. The story is really hilarious. And the drug underworld is laughable. Especially the nudie film set where some junkies get it on for junk. How in the world does this movie end with a small propeller plane chase? It does. But by then, I was done.

R.John Xerxes
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