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  • Cinema Egzotik
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Cinema Egzotik: Spaghetti Night

In this edition of Cinema Egzotik, your hosts Martin Koolhoven and Ronald Simons focus on the phenomenon of the spaghetti western. The exuberant and non-conformist Italo-Spanish version of the American western was made famous by Sergio Leone, but directors like Giulio Petroni, Sergio Corbucci (Django) and Gianfranco Parolini also made their own individual mark on the genre. With Death Rides a Horse and For a Few Dollars More.

Martin Koolhoven explains: ‘It’s no secret to Cinema Egzotik buffs that we are very fond of the spaghetti western. Tonight we present two classics: Death Rides a Horse by Giulio Petroni (who also directed Tepepa) and For a Few Dollars More by none other than the grandmaster himself: Sergio Leone. Both films star Lee van Cleef, a favourite spaghetti western actor. The script for the two films was written by Luciano Vincenzoni, who also produced The Good, the Bad & the Ugly and Duck You Sucker for Leone. Vincenzoni claims to have written For a Few Dollars More in the space of just nine days...’

Death Rides a Horse / Da uomo a uomo

Giulio Petroni IT 1967 114 English spoken, Dutch subtitles.

Revenge is the leitmotif in what is famously known in movie lore as the ‘best of all spaghetti westerns not to have been made by Sergio Leone’. A young gun hero (John Philip Law) vows to track down the gang that butchered his family. An old gunfighter (Lee Van Cleef) offers his help, but turns out to be even more bent on vengeance. Baroquely stylized violence, trippy flashbacks and Ennio Morricone’s haunting organ riff accompanied by airy choir-boy voices and pounding kettledrums, turn Giulio Petroni’s cult film into an unforgettable experience.‘This is revenge... And there's nothing sweet about it.’ Digital restored copy.

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For a Few Dollars More / Per qualche dollaro in più 

Sergio Leone SP/BDR/IT 1965 132’ English spoken, Dutch subtitles.

Sergio Leone was the director behind the ‘Dollars Trilogy’, three spaghetti westerns that have become world famous: A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966). They were shown around the world in widescreen theatres and little old backstreet cinemas until the blemishes, scratches and discolourations made any further screenings impossible. In the meantime Leone had set the standard for spaghetti westerns with his wide shots of moustached outlaws hell-bent on mutual destruction. In For a Few Dollars More, an Italian-Spanish-German co-production filmed in the desolate countryside of Southwest Spain, two bounty hunters (Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef) are chasing the psychotic villain El Indio (Gian Maria Volonté). Klaus Kinski in a supporting role and Ennio Morricone’s music top this already perfect film. Digital restored copy.

 

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