The Left Hand of the Law (1975)

  |  Crime, Drama


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After a couple of special squad cops are gunned down while chasing some kidnappers, the head of the squad takes it really personally. His violent path to find the kidnappers leads him to the upper echelons of the government.


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15 June 2013 | christopher-underwood
7
| Well worth catching
Intelligent and very well made Italian crime movie starring, Leonard Mann and James Mason with a generous cameo from Janet Agren. Bit of sleaze, some decent fights and road chases but essentially an involving procedural with good dialogue. Mann has great presence here and Mason is as immaculate as ever. I see Janet Agren made many films but I seem to have seen few other than Eaten Alive.

Ostensibly set in Rome, this purports to have international ramifications and although seeming a little far fetched in one sense, almost naive compared to actual current worldwide terrorist activity. Well worth catching. Good score too.

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Release Date:

4 September 1975

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy

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