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".
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Cemetery Without Crosses
Posted by Divers and Sundry at 6:30 AM
Labels: Film, Foreign Films, video, western
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