- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 26 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Released: May 25, 2004
- Originally Released: 2003
- Label: Telavista
Encoding: Region (Unknown)
Packaging: Keep Case
Single Single - Single Layer
Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Description by OLDIES.com:
Trust nobody...not even yourself!
Fabio Testi stars as Floyd, a criminal who on the very day of his parole participates in a jewelry store robbery in downtown Toronto. Of course, the robbery takes a turn for the worse as Testi's accomplice, Joe (played by Eli Wallach), starts shooting up the place and kills a young man. After a lengthy car chase (a standard in Lucidi's films), Testi and Wallach split up to meet again across the border. Wallach entrusts Testi with the diamonds and his really nice German car, which Testi wrecks somewhere in the Canadian countryside. Testi finds his way to the Last Chance Motel right out in the middle of nowhere, run by none else than Massimo Girotti and his intoxicating wife Ursula Andress.
During his uncomfortable stay there, Testi hires the local idiot (Howard Ross) to repair his car while he develops an affair with Ms. Andress. Somewhere along the line, someone steals the diamonds. Matters are complicated even more when Wallach shows up, furious about the loot (and probably his car too) and starts shooting people.
So who took the diamonds? The shifty-eyed hotel owner? The cleaning lady? Her boyfriend, the nosy cop? The repairman who carelessly smashes himself underneath a car?...Or perhaps Ms. Andress took them meaning to wander off with Mr. Testi and start a wonderful new life.
Eli Wallach and Fabio Testi star as two criminals who pull off a heist in Toronto. They arrange a meeting to split the loot, but one gets stuck at a hotel when his car breaks down. There, the owner (Ursula Andress) falls in love with him.