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the big gundown ( la resa dei conti, la )

Sergio Sollima | 1966 | O.V. Italian | S.T. French | Italy, Spain | 90min | color

Synopsis :


“Sollima’s magnum opus. One of the more politically engaged examples of the genre.” – J. Hoberman, Village Voice

“One of the Exemplary Spaghetti Westerns… Lee Van Cleef is tremendous... and Morricone contributes one of his finest scores.” – Alex Cox (Sid & Nancy, Repo Man)

To impress the burghers of a prominent city, a bounty hunter with political ambitions (Lee Van Cleef) hunts down a Mexican (Tomas Milian) accused of rape and murder. Hold onto your hats — this could be one of the five best Westerns you’ll ever see! It opens with the stirring theme “Run Man Run.” You’re immediately drawn in, your senses overpowered. It’s like seeing film for the first time all over again. What follows is a lavish, spectacular epic about morality and politics. Full version, finally restored. — Julien Fonfrède