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Sicily, 1992: When a high-profile judge and his bodyguard are brutally murdered, four reluctant young cops are assigned as 'La Scorta' - Italian for 'the escorts' - to protect the replacement prosecutor from Mafia assassins. But in a country where high level corruption and sudden violence are a way of life, the squad quickly find themselves outnumbered, outgunned and desperately out of time. Even if they can survive the daily threat of car bombs and ambushes, will personal conflicts and backroom betrayals blow apart the nation's most unlikely team of heroes?
Claudio Amendola (in his breakout performance) and Enrico Lo Verso star in this white-knuckle thriller from writer/director Ricky Tognazzi featuring a pounding score by Ennio Morricone and based on a true story of uncommon courage.
Let's get this straight: this is a low budget, character driven film. It is not a failed buddy/action film, but a profound meditation on the law, moral authority and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paris6
Liked it so much even with the subtitles that I watched it three times the week i received it.Published 3 months ago by Erika Tirado
I was really disappointed in this movie.....It seemed like it might have been a TV series in Italy and maybe edited to be made into a movie... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Fran Chiappetta
"La Scorta" (escort/bodyguard) details the jobs taken by some young policemen in protecting law enforcers from...the Mob. Read morePublished 22 months ago by D. S. HARDEN
If you live and read about the world of Mafia and corruption this movie breaks it down.
It elaborates the lives of the law enforcement officers in Italy and the protection... Read more
this movie is very good. have exelents actors and the quality of video is acceptable.i recommend this movie for people interested in mafia drama movies.Published on December 8, 2011 by Salvador Torralbas
Somehow Tognazzi has dully rendered what should be riveting material about political and mafioso machinations in Sicilia. Read morePublished on August 4, 2010 by Stefania Casi (The Cultural Sojourner)