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Autostop Rosso Sangue

Everything is a bit 'strange here. Out of place. We could play a game quiz for find the “intruder”.

Let’s star from the Director: Pasquale Festa Campanile, famous for sexy and not comedies. Then the location the Abruzzo and Lazio’s mountains instead the Californian ones where the story take place. And in the end many situations taken from other films above all "Duel" by Spielberg.

The premises are very bad, at least as we have described, a mix of things that would indicate a trash product. But with amazement and even happiness, not to have wasted our time, we must say that "Autostop Rosso Sangue" is really a good movie. A "road movie", a thriller

It 's true that the ghost of "Duel" lies in a powerful and it is true that there are strange situations specially made to pull ahead the story, but believe us this film stands up well from beginning to end with a branching storyline, nihilistic and hysterical.

Much of the credit in addition to an unsuspecting Campanile go to the cast: Franco Nero, Corinne Clery and David Hess. With Hess as his  great shoulder Franco Nero play a bizarre character, sick, very eccentric in full conflict with sex and with a his wife, played by Corinne Clery. The french-italian actress shown in all possible ways or otherwise scantily clad at times is the sacrificial victim consented to the whole story, abused, brutalized by her husband and the bad. At her  escapes as well as a sacred vengeance that would take away a bit 'of the misogyny everything.

Spouses Mancini share the road with a caravan after a stop a bit 'busy in a camp. On the road to take with them a hitchhiker who turns out to be a psychopathic robber who takes the couple hostage. Chased by the robber accomplices of the trio is going through a series of bloody battles and hysterical adventures to a surprise ending that we like very much to personal taste.

Morricone's music united everything. Little curiosity, Franco Nero's character breaks a hand falling drunk, not a narrative choice, but adaptation to reality, since the actor had actually broken his hand forcing Campanile to make some changes in history.