Django Kill - If You Live, Shoot! (1968)

Release Date: 28 August 2008 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Generally considered to be the most violent Western ever made, Django Kill`s brutal, surreal, Gothic version is of absolute pedigree. Directed by Fellini associate Giulio Questi, the film was co-written and edited by Bernardo Bertolucci`s regular writer and film editor Franco Arcali and stars Tomas Milian and Ray Lovelock.

Tomas Milian is the stranger, a bandit left for dead by his gang, who have made off with the stolen gold. Rising from the grave, he will seek revenge, with his pistol loaded only with gold bullets. The Stranger`s quest leads him to a strange town known only as `The Unhappy Place`, where he discovers that only one of his executors has escaped the sadistic fury of the towns people eager to rob the stolen gold.

The stranger becomes caught up in the conflict between the townsfolk and a crazy rancher, Mr. Zorro, and his band of sadistic black-clad `muchachos` and drawn into a bizarre world of gruesome torture, mindless violence ( a man shot with a gold bullet is literally torn apart - still breathing - by the townsfolk frantically searching for more gold bullets), sexual depravity and unfathomable madness.

Hailed by director Alex Cox as "one of the handful of great Italian westerns" is an unforgettable audio-visual experience that has to be seen to believed.

Now fully restored from the original negative materials, Django Kill - which had to be cut by its own producer and was additionally censored in the UK - is being released in the most complete version ever, with scenes never before seen in the UK.

Exclusive introduction by Alex Cox, Exclusive interview with director Giulio Questi, Trailers for other Argent spaghetti westerns
Release Date: 28 August 2008
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

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Main Language: English

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