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Kill Him! (1970) Cesare Canevari

Kill Him! (1970)
aka ¡Mátalo!
Genre: Western | Action | Drama | Western
Country: Italy | Spain | Director: Cesare Canevari
Language: English or Italian (2 separate audio tracks) 
 Subtitles: Italian (Optional, embedded in mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 89mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 1024x550 - 25fps - 1.68gb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068024/

Outlaw Bart is about to be hanged when a gang of Mexican bandidos ride into town and rescue him, only for him to shoot them and then ride away to his hideout where he and his gang plan to rob a stage. But Bart is shot, leaving the sadistic gang members to deal with the loot, a mysterious stranger (Castel), a woman who has lost her husband in an accident and their ghost town hideout's only inhabitant.

"Matalo" is not just a movie - it's an unforgettable experience. Directed by Cesare Canevari, Mario Migliardi had the freedom to experiment with the soundtrack which has many distorted strange noises and a psychedelic guitar playing which is obviously contemporary to Jimi Hendrix. You can count the dialog scenes in the movie by the fingers of one hand. Even if people talk, it is often not a convenient exchange of information for the audience, but a meaningless distraction, for example in the scene when Mary teases Theo by showing her leg, while Philip boasts about all the gold they stole.

Bart says: "It is easier to love God than your next one, because God doesn't cheat" (in the original: "E più facile amare Dio che il prossimo perché Dio non ti frega mai"). Bart is often laughing to himself, as if he told a secret joke to himself - more likely, he is amused at the absurdity of his existence.

If somebody shoots, it's not the aim, it's the sensuality of the action that matters. Bart loves to smell the smoke of his gun after he fired. Before the stagecoach robbery, Bart and Philip don't discuss their plan like they would do in an ordinary movie. Often it is not important what is shown, but what is not shown, because that questions your habits as a viewer. After Julio Ortas' camera turned in circles, we see bodies on the ground. Who killed whom? Never mind. We all must die. God doesn't cheat.
 

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