KEOMA

Enzo Castellari, Italy, 1976, Arrow Films, Action

Alternating between kitsch and deeper allegorical meaning, the Franco Nero-iffic KEOMA is an ambitious late-period spaghetti western triumph from Enzo Castellari (1990: THE BRONX WARRIORS, THE INGLORIOUS BASTARDS.)

“Franco Nero is Keoma, a half-Indian returning home from the Civil War. He discovers the nearby town is plague-ridden, and that unscrupulous types are using this as an excuse to keep the town under their tyrannical control. Keoma rescues a pregnant woman from being sent to the plague camp, which makes him unpopular with the town's evil elements.” (Spaghetti Western Database)

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Details

  • 105 min.
  • Color
  • 2.35:1

Formats

  • DCP

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