Luca Altieri is a gambler. He likes cards and he is a master in playing poker. He is a cardsharper too. He begins working for "The President", who has many gambling houses and everything seems to go well until Luca falls for Maria Luisa. Unfortunately for them, she is the girl of Corrado, the son of "The President"...
- Stars:Luc Merenda, Dayle Haddon, Corrado Pani, Enrico Maria Salerno, Lino Troisi, Franco Iavarone, Salvatore Puntillo, Carlo Alighiero, Piero Palermini, Carlo Gaddi, Vittorio Fanfoni, Tom Felleghy, Loris Pereira Lopez, Giuseppe Terranova, Bruno Arié,
- Director:Sergio Martino,
- Writer:Ernesto Gastaldi (screenplay), Ernesto Gastaldi (story), Sergio Martino (screenplay)
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Gambling City torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Un soplo de aire fresco al drama apocaliptico, con una atmosfera oprimente y minimalista, y con un contexto muy similar a la realidad.
(ca) wrote: Bastante intimista e cuidadoso, o dinamarqus EM UM MUNDO MELHOR de uma simplicidade mpar. Vencedor do Oscar de Melhor Filme Estrangeiro em 2011, trabalha questes existenciais de forma natural e eficiente.
(kr) wrote: Very good, meaningful movie, but a bit longer than it should be...
(ag) wrote: This makes me want to NOT watch movies...
(ca) wrote: The underappreciated, underused and undervalued Ellen Barkin saved Pacino's career with this one.
(br) wrote: Wow... I didn't expect Tinto Brass to make a good movie. Now this a good Nazi exploitation film. Good performances, enough eroticism and surprisingly: brains and heart.
(de) wrote: A Shakespearean tale, if Shakespeare had been an imbecilic peeping tom. A sample exchange...Man: "I need 50,000." Woman: "Dollars?" Not enough dialogue like that, but plenty of nudity, blood, and great music.
(nl) wrote: Yet another great Anthony Mann/James Stewart western, this time with stirling support from Arthur Kennedy and a young Rock Hudson. The collaborations by these two - along with John Wayne/John Ford and Randolph Scott/Budd Boeticcher - are the yardsticks to which all should westerns aspire.