Review: Come Cani Arrabbiati (1976)

Oh, man! Tits, J&B Whisky, car chases, tits, violence, tits and…tits! Here’s “Come Cani Arrabbiati”!

BLU“COME CANI ARRABBIATI”
1976
Euro-crime
Italy

Director: Mario Imperoli
Stars: Jean Pierre Sabagh, Paola Senatore, Annarita Grapputo
Distributor: Camera Obscura
Runtime: 98 mins
BLU-RAY REGION B

“Life is a long and merciless fight. Feelings are meaningless.”

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In their cool suits, three bored teenagers from the upper-classes spread terror with their heists, rapes and murder. The playboy police commissioner Muzi tracks them down only to find out that the law in the posh circles is harder to obtain. Now he’s got to take care of it his own way (“plowing” both policewomen and robbers along the way).

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Even though all the ingredients of a typical “poliziotteschi” is there, it’s got something more. Exploitation meets social commentary filled with gracious nudity. The casting is good, great scenery, nice soundtrack and a story that’s interesting. A bit slow-paced at times and lacking a bit of logic, still I enjoyed the hell out of this piece of Italian crime-sleaze.

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Camera Obscura has done brilliantly with both sound and picture. And even though it’s a German release, all of the extras are subtitled in English.

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