Milano Calibro 9 (Caliber 9) (1972)
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Critic Reviews for Milano Calibro 9 (Caliber 9)
Fans of stunningly-constructed cinema need to add Milano Calibro 9 to their collections at the earliest convenience. Equally, the same can be said for fans of fantastically-styled moustaches.
These are hard, stripped down, lean narratives, where the complicated webs of alliances and betrayals are laid out with clean storytelling lines of force and set in motion with a pitiless momentum.
The conclusion saves the feature, leaving the viewer with a lasting sting the rest of picture seems almost reluctant to offer.
Audience Reviews for Milano Calibro 9 (Caliber 9)
Milano, and its same old trades and issues, awaits Ugo Piazza after serving three years in prison. on top of that, his acquaintances believe he stole them 300,000 dollars in the last job he did before his capture. Gastone Moschin is the cool, tough guy of few words, with no will of rehab and no other alternative than get mixed in obscure dealings with sinister and psychotic racketeers, like the one Mario Adorf brilliantly performs. First part of Fernando Di Leo's trilogia del milieu, with the trademarks of colourful violence, and hard-hitting socio-political dialectic about the grudges between the industrial north and the agricultural south. Italian poliziottesco (neo-noir) at its best.
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