Verirrte Kugel (2020)

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Verirrte Kugel: Directed by Guillaume Pierret. With Alban Lenoir, Nicolas Duvauchelle, Ramzy Bedia, Stéfi Celma. A small time delinquent, turned police mechanic for a go fast task force, is forced to defend his innocence when his mentor is killed by dirty cops.

“The u0026quot;oldu0026quot; West was changing, and director Sam Peckinpah recognized those changing times. By 1969, Sergio Leone and his u0026quot;Spaghettiu0026quot; westerns were the real deal, but when Peckinpah brought forth his film, u0026quot;The Wild Bunch,u0026quot; that same year, it ushered in a whole new wave of films as its vision was simply landmark. Building on the violent stylistic template and chic of u0026quot;Bonnie and Clydeu0026quot; (1967), u0026quot;The Wild Bunchu0026quot; begins and ends with two of the bloodiest screen battles ever envisioned, and it tells the story of an aging group of outlaws, led by William Holden and Ernest Borgnine, as they attempt one last score, with Robert Ryan as an ex-Wild Bunch member in hot pursuit. They become involved with Mexican rebels and from that point on, we get an engaging story as the outlaws party with the Mexican army, their hookers, and their alcohol – all of this leading up to the notorious ending where the Wild Bunch man their guns and duke-it-out with their enemies. u0026quot;The Wild Bunchu0026quot; has obtained a notorious reputation for being one of the most violent movies ever made and is credited for being the movie that changed the way we looked at the u0026quot;oldu0026quot; West and action cinema in general. Sam Peckinpah was a true revolutionary during a time when America was not so innocent, as proved by u0026quot;Bonnie and Clydeu0026quot; two years before it.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e10/10”


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