27 September 2018 | Bezenby
How do you catch a criminal who is so far removed from the action he doesn't provide any evidence at all? This is the conundrum cop Antonio Sabato faces when up against Mob Boss Luciano Rossi, who surprisingly doesn't rape anyone in this film! Good to see you stretching your skills out a bit there, Luciano!
Luciano has a load of underlings operating a racket in Rome but just lately these poor defenceless armed robbers have been getting their asses kicked by Antonio Sabato and his special squad of deadly cop men. This includes Giampiero Albertini, a single dad who loves his son and has hopes for the future. Bet you can guess where that one's heading
Antonio also puts the pressure on local drug dealer Luciano Pigozzi to get the names of three robbers killed during a heist gone wrong, and it's here he meets Dagmar Lassander, who provides some mumbo jumbo stuff about horoscopes before jumping into bed with Antonio and not really doing much of anything else. I guess it was a quick strip job for the camera.
The first half of the film kind meanders a bit around Antonio working his way to the top of the gangster food chain before finding indirectly that Luciano Rossi is holding the monopoly on protection rackets in tow. Luciano of course gets caught in stupid way (should have picked more nondescript car to drive about in Luciano) which leads to a tense stand of at a school with child hostages and such like.
I actually burst out laughing at the start of this one as the first scene features a stripper doing a dance for the crowd and then randomly dipping her boobs into a glass of wine for now reason whatsoever.