Ostensibly a ghost story, A Quiet Place in the Country is, in fact, an atmospheric rumination upon the nature of art, pornography, insanity and – heck – life itself.
A review of Django, taken and translated from the Italian newspaper Unita
Just noticed that there’s an interview with Franco Nero on Box Office Magazine. Loads of stuff about Cars 2, but also some more interesting questions as well, which I’ve included below
Vanessa Redgrave and husband Franco Nero were in London last weekend to receive awards.
A few years ago Louis Nero made Hans, a strange pyschological, well, thriller I guess, and it’s interesting to see that the director is back with a new project, Rasputin
Companeros I thought to be a very jolly enjoyable spood western from Sergio Corbucci, who here pulls off much the same trick as he did in the almost equally enjoyable A Professional Gun a little while ago…
Franco Nero, who seemed such a dull stick in Camelot, takes on a very different and more appealing complexion here as a Polish gunman…