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 内容介绍
英文片名Free Hand for a Tough Cop
原始片名Il trucido e lo sbirro
中文片名大贼神探小偷 (1976) 
类型犯罪, 剧情
地区意大利
文件大小 34.42 GB, 蓝光原盘 1080p
文件格式 BDMV/AVC
音轨 意大利语 DTS-HDMA 2.0
字幕 无字幕
IMDB评分6.5


◎译  名 大贼神探小偷 / Free Hand for a Tough Cop / Tough Cop
◎片  名 Il trucido e lo sbirro
◎年  代 1976
◎产  地 意大利
◎类  别 剧情 / 犯罪
◎语  言 意大利语
◎上映日期 1976
◎豆瓣链接 https://movie.douban.com/subject/3864785/
◎片  长 90 分钟
◎导  演 翁贝托·伦齐 Umberto Lenzi
◎编  剧 翁贝托·伦齐 Umberto Lenzi / 达尔达诺·萨凯蒂 Dardano Sacchetti
◎主  演 Massimo Bonetti
       达娜·吉亚 Dana Ghia
       卢西亚诺·罗西 Luciano Rossi
       Valentino Macchi
       托马斯·米连 Tomas Milian
       妮可莱塔·玛西亚弗利 Nicoletta Machiavelli
       Biagio Pelligra
       Renato Mori
       Umberto Raho
       Claudio Undari
       Rita Forzano
       阿尔图罗·多米尼奇 Arturo Dominici
       迈克尔·福瑞斯特 Michael Forest
       塔诺·希玛罗萨 Tano Cimarosa
       亨利·席尔瓦 Henry Silva
       罗萨里奥·博雷利 Rosario Borelli
       塞尔瓦托雷·比拉 Salvatore Billa
       Pietro Torrisi
       埃内斯托·科利 Ernesto Colli
       克劳迪奥·卡西内利 Claudio Cassinelli
       Giovanni Cianfriglia
       Sara Franchetti
       德罗热达·铎洛斯 Rosita Torosh


◎标  签 意大利 | 恐怖 | Poliziotteschi | 美国电影 | 电影 | 动作 | 剧情 | 1976

◎简  介  

  "Free Hand for the Tough Cop" is another wildly exiting, gritty and remarkably plotted 70's Euro-Cult cinema highlight, with a structure that is delightfully convoluted, wicked dialogs & action situations that rank amongst Italy's finest! Personally, I would even state this film is as good as on par with the quality levels of Lenzi's most famous crime-thrillers, like "Almost Human" and "Violent Naples", but it's not as easily available as those two and therefore still a little under-appreciated. With the revival of European cult cinema lately, this film is destined to be released in a fancy DVD-edition any time soon, and I'm sure it'll get many new fans from that moment on. For those who can't wait for an English and/or internationally released version; the film is already available on a French label called Neo Publishing. The picture quality and sound are awesome, and the disc contains some fascinating extras, but you have to able to understand either the French or the Italian language.The indescribably charismatic and talented Tomas Milian stars as a witty criminal Sergio Marazzi, but he's widely known by his friends and enemies under the nickname "Garbage Can". He's knocked unconscious and taken OUT of prison by the unorthodox detective Sarti, who requires Marazzi's criminal skills and experience to help his police investigation. The odd couple has to rescue a kidnapped young girl from the claws of Italy's most feared crime boss Brescianelli, and urgently, because the girl suffers from severe kidney problems and risks to die without regular medicine injections. Garbage Can manages to recruit three more wanted thugs and they begin their search for Brescianelli. Slight problem though, the crime lord recently underwent plastic surgery and nobody knows what his new face looks like. "Free Hand For the Tough Cop" actually contains LESS virulent shoot-outs and wild car chases than you'd expect, but their lack is widely compensated by wickedly intelligent dialogs and a continuously anarchistic atmosphere. Every single character that walks through the screen is genuinely fascinating and provided with a compelling background. Unlike Lenzi's other Poliziotteschi flicks, this movie isn't really set in the busy and crowded center of one of Italy's most prominent cities, but most of the action takes place in rural villages and deserted industrial factory buildings. Tomas Milian and Henry Silva are both brilliant in roles that are the opposite of their previous collaboration with Umberto Lenzi, namely "Almost Human". And if you're slightly familiar with Italian cult cinema, you'll definitely also recognize many other actors and actresses that (briefly) appear in this production, like Luciano Rossi, Claudio Cassinelli and Biagio Pelligra. The climax is excellent and very violent, the music is catchy and both the camera-work & editing are handled with a great deal of professionalism. This certainly isn't just another smutty and repulsive Lenzi quickie, but a solid and unforgettable Lenzi highlight!