"I'd drop a guy for a film. I'd never drop a film for a guy"
Definitely the best movie ever made. Pieraccioni, with his delicious tuscan accent, stands up to Harvey Keitel and David Bowie. His beautiful character, Doc Lowen, and his pure pacific principle opposes to the characterization of his father Johnny Lowen, a cold blooded gunman which tries to escape from an ominous past represented by the great villain Jack Sikora. The director Veronesi succeeds where Leone and Ford fail, overcoming in oneshot the two pioneers of this cinematographic geenre. A really giant movie where the frame of Alessia Marcuzzi's ass is the total peak