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Contraband [Import anglais]
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Contraband aka The Smuggler is an uncompromising and suspenseful ITALIAN GANGSTER MOVIE by Lucio Fulci - known as the God-Father of gore for his films like NEW YORK RIPPER and THE BEYOND .. Fulci is first and foremost a talented film maker and story teller: here his uncompromising style depicts the ultra violence which permeates the Napolitan underworld.. (where not even GOMORRAH dared to tread..)
Hard-as-nail stalwart Fabio Testi (REVOLVER) stars as Luca, a cigarette smuggler who triggers an eye-popping violent mob war after his brother is shot and his wife kidnapped.
He will face Marcel Bozzufi (the bad guy in of FRENCH CONNECTION!) who co-stars in this depraved mayhem as Fulci unleashes his trade-mark gut-splaterring, brain-exploding, flesh-frying scenes of unimaginable cruelty and carnage.. that will turns the bay of Naples red!
Shameless release of Contraband will be the first ever version of the film fully UNCUT in the UK & will feature an exclusive animation LENTICULAR card bringing to life one of the film most iconic violent scene of the film.
- Animated lenticular card
- English & Italian Audio with English Subtitles
- Alternative Italian Opening Credits - Shameless trailers --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.
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Contraband is a lost classic that has now been restored here on this DVD. What happens when the world's foremost gore director decides to make a crime caper? Answer - more blood than Al Pacino can shoot up in all his gangster flicks put together. Although the plot is mostly non-existent and certainly there is little here in terms of brains, there is plenty of action and horror to boot.
Basically the plot revolves around several smuggler gang families from Naples all snubbing each other out in the worst possible way imaginable... and that is all there is it to it really.
Everything on display here is pretty pointless but it is not done badly at all and the acting is a little better than what you would expect. There are several gore scenes that stand out - a woman getting her face torched to full melt, a gangster having his head machine gunned to pieces, a mob leader having his throat blown off, plenty backs of the heads flying across the room, cops arresting nuns, horses burning up, mobsters getting boiled alive, gangster shot up in church, a vicious rape sequence, intestines being shot out and lots of screaming - all done to the tune of a funky eighties disco beat that is more apt for a ...movie. No Sir, you will not find this one playing on television any time soon.
If gangsters, guns and gore is your thing then you'll love it, but don't get this expecting the cinematic flair of what Hollywood has done with this genre.
With its' fight/chase scenes, brilliantly catchy cheesy disco score, foul-mouthed dialogue, and hundreds of spent bullet casings, the movie rides on the coat-tails of the then-popular Eurocrime genre. It's how vicious the film gets that really sets it apart - someone is boiled in an acid pool, another guy's head is machine-gunned to pieces, a pusher's face is blowtorched into a molten mess, and there's a nearly unwatchable sodomy scene that precedes RIPPER's infamous razor torture scene.
The only real drawback is that the first half-hour is a bit of a drag, but once it starts to get moving (with the well-staged assassination of Testi's brother), it doesn't let up from there.
Well acted and assured, Fulci demonstrates a confident hand in the action scenes and it's a shame he didn't delve more into this genre.
Clearly aware of just how dull the first half of the film is, the gore goes into overdrive just about the time you're tempted to give up on it and see if there's anything decent on TV instead. It's a mixture of the same ridiculous effects that mar the earlier scenes and some not particularly convincing but rather better executed ones as heads get blown off, duplicitous female drug dealers get Bunsen burner facials and our hero's wife gets raped. But with such a dreary script and such a bland and boring lead, gore and desperate attempts for shock value are all the film has to offer. By the time it ends with an absurd shootout in which various elderly dons stop watching TV and reclaim the streets from the evil French drug dealer and save violated women, you start suspecting the whole film was backed by the Mafia as a money laundering scam. The entire last reel almost feels like you're watching a Party Political Broadcast for the Mafia, with the cops lending them their vote as they make speeches about how the poor of Naples depend entirely on smuggling to make ends meet because there are no jobs. It's pretty desperate stuff, not quite bottom of the barrel but close.
The film was heavily cut in many territories, particularly the UK during the video nasties era, but Blue Underground's region-free US NTSC widescreen DVD is in all its occasionally laughable uncut gory. The picture quality is unexceptional, though that seems to be a problem of the dubbed master material provided (there's only an English language soundtrack) and the dull original