Cemetery Without Crosses (The Rope and the Colt) is a 1969 French/Italian Spaghetti Western. Robert Hossein directs. Dialog is sparse, but I like that. Some films are so talky that this is a breath of fresh air. The look of the film is also spare. There's nothing extra here. Every scene advances the revenge plot.
Spaghetti-Western.net says it's "not your average spaghetti;" calls it "refreshing" and "a thoughtful action film; with genuine drama" and says it "sits among some of the genre's best". Fistful of Pasta says, "the cinematography in this film is exceptional" and calls it "an original".