Perché si uccide un magistrato (How to Kill a Judge) (Why Does One Kill a Magistrate?) (1976) - Rotten Tomatoes

Perché si uccide un magistrato (How to Kill a Judge) (Why Does One Kill a Magistrate?) (1976)

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Franco Nero here plays a film producer whose film is about to be seized by a stiff-necked Sicilian judge, but the judge is murdered before the seizure order can be given. This death has had an effect similar to kicking open an ant's nest, and the corrupt local politicians are all scrambling to do their best to confuse the investigation. Witnesses die in mysterious ways, and it looks at first as though some really heavy politics are behind the whole affair. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
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NR
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Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Cast

Marco Guglielmi
as Antonia's Husband
Francoise Fabian
as Antonia Traini
Franco Nero
as Giacomo Solaris
Renzo Palmer
as Terrasisi

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Poor Franco. Once again dipped into a plot way over his pretty blonde head. As the arrogant film maker who made a movie fictionalizing his verison of corruption in the Prosecutor/Judge's offices, he comes off as an unlikable dolt. His superstardom takes on a new dimension once the real judge the movie was loosely based on is found gunned down in his car. Oh the mystery. Had this picture been smarter it would not have included the scenes where Nero whisks Fabin around having her see first hand the evidence against her dead husband, and it would have been a bigger indictment on the political agenda and self-aggrandizing nature of artists. Instead, it tumbles over itself and ultimately has a "Okay, I guess that's the killer, ending."

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