Django (2-Disc Limited Edition)
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- Region 0 (NTSC format)
- Restored from the original negative
- Optional Italian audio track featuring Franco Nero's own voice
- "Django: The One and Only": interviews with star Franco Nero and assistant director Ruggero Deodato
- Theatrical trailer
- Poster and still gallery
- Talent bios
- Bonus disc: The Last Pistolero: newly produced shorts featuring Franco Nero
Top Customer Reviews
But make no mistake. This is Italian exploitation--love it or hate it. An ear is cut off, prostitutes fight in the mud, and our hero's hands are crushed in gory detail that would make One-Eyed Jacks mumble in disgust. Don't expect John Ford here. But if you're looking for something different, are curious about spaghetti Westerns but afraid to buy any because so many are horrible--then this is the movie for you!
A man on foot wearing a tattered Union uniform and dragging a coffin behind him (Franco Nero, ENTER THE NINJA) comes upon a bunch of rowdies whipping a woman. Watching from a distance, the man, Django, does not interfere. But when the rowdies are gunned down by a second group of men with red hoods, and they prepare to burn the girl to death on a makeshift cross, he unleashes the fury of his Colts and soon finds himself caught up in a conflict between an army of white supremacists and a group of Mexican banditos. But what are the mysterious gunslinger's true motives, and what's in that damned coffin?
Violent and brutal, DJANGO is a gothic drama of the American west (even though it was mostly shot in Spain), rich with colorful characters, memorable set-pieces and director Corbucci's (THE GREAT SILENCE, THE HELLBENDERS) unique visual style. Anchoring the film is Nero's star-making turn as the titular protagonist; handsome, tough and utterly convincing dealing death to all comers, even when the film pushes the limits of credibility.
Not as well known in America as the Sergio Leone-directed EuroWesterns starring Clint Eastwood, DJANGO, was, arguably, even more popular and influential with continental audiences. So much so, in fact, that countless unauthorized/unofficial "sequels" were released throughout the the rest of the Sixties, and most of Nero's later movies -whether Westerns or not - ended up being marketed across Europe as DJANGO films.
Blue Underground's hi-def reissue is gorgeous, with a 1.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the truly original spaghetti westerns starring gorgeous Italian actor Franco Nero, done at the same time as Clint Eastwwod's spaghetti westerns which were aired in the U.S. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Bethanne Delgaudio
Over the top! I did not bother watching the entire film. When he pulled the machine gun out of the coffin it was just too much.Published 8 days ago by Joseph J. Romanowski
I was interested in the movie because of the title. It was okay, the character is a poor man's knock off of Clint Eastwood character from his spaghetti westerns.Published 12 days ago by Michael F.