Sergio Corbucci’s Django (1966) is one of the all-time great spaghetti westerns. A film grimmer in tone than Sergio Leone’s classic Man With No Name trilogy, Corbucci’s film distinguished itself by being set in the muddiest, coldest, most forbidding town to be seen in a western for many a year; by set pieces that were as outlandish and atmospheric as they were brilliant; and of course by having the extremely charismatic Franco Nero as its star.
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