Francesco Rosi's neo-realist drama probes the mystery surrounding one of Italy's most beloved criminals. On July 5, 1950, in Castelvetrano, Sicily, the body of Salvatore Giuliano was found, punctured with bullet holes. Painting a thorough portrait of the legendary bandit, Rosi's film also explores the dangerously complex Sicilian world in which politcs and crime go hand-in-hand.
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