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Am I the only one wh thought the soundtrack was epic?
Nero has one of his best, most badass roles in this late, great spaghetti western with surrealist touches. Excellently directed (though the Peckinpah-style slo-mo is overused), I fear the one divisive aspect of the film is its soundtrack. I can totally understand why some people hate it, and it plays such an integral and recurring role that that would detract greatly from their overall experience. I cringed a bit at first, but it slowly grew on me and it really does suit the mythical, symbolic nature of the movie.
This film features what is quite possibly the most preposterously atrocious soundtrack in the history of cinema. I kinda liked it.
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!