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The legendary Franco Nero (of DJANGO and DIE HARD 2 fame) stars as Carlo Antonelli, an average citizen until the day he is brutally beaten during a violent robbery. But when the police drop the case and the suspects remain free, Carlo is pushed beyond his breaking point. Now one man will launch an all-out war against the criminal scum who plague our cities, where justice has its own rules, vengeance needs no badge and the only force that matters is STREET LAW.
Barbara Bach (BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA, THE SPY WHO LOVED ME) co-stars in this vicious DEATH WISH-inspired crime thriller (also known in Europe as VIGILANTE II) directed by Italian action maestro Enzo G. Castellari (THE HEROIN BUSTERS, KEOMA) now presented uncut and uncensored - including all of its infamous violence - for the first time ever in America.
Street Law is an good film,and the fact that Enzo G. Castellari has been described as an Reactionary certainly makes me like the movie more. Read morePublished on August 2, 2012 by Jose Lopez
This motion picture was release in the USA in February 1976 starring the beautiful Barbara Bach as Barbara, Franco Nero as Carlo Antonelli, and Giancarlo Prete as Tommy. Read morePublished on August 13, 2008 by Gary L. Dibert
Il Cittadino si ribella,or Street Law, by Enzo G. Castellari
filmed in 1974, will appeal above all to the director's fanbase,
as well as those who have a... Read more
I'm really tired of the shoddy DVD manufacturing used by many studios and distributors.
This is a great film. I have it on tape. Read more
I am a huge fan of vigilante movies, and STREET LAW is a prime example of the genre.
The film opens promisingly with a series of violent crimes - some hooligans break... Read more