Presenting Death Sentence, a movie directed by Mario Lanfranchi and starring Richard Conte. This movie is considered a Spaghetti Western, originating in Italian before it made its debut in English. This movie is also known for it being four parts and each part being very different from the other, keeping the viewer on the edge of their seat. This is a movie about Django, who seeks a death sentence upon the people who murdered his brother. Django is determined to hunt down the killers of his brother and show no remorse for their deaths. He considers the killers to be crafty and believes that they committed a treacherous death upon his relative. The four killers include the rancher, who is basically a recluse, a well known card player, a tyrannical priest and an albino gunslinger with epileptic fits.
This movie starts out with two men walking through the desert, one with a gun and the other with water, arguing with each other, when the man with water, Django, gains power over the man with the gun by torturing him with water, due to the man's greed with land. Django soon tracks down the infamous card player and outwits him at the poker table. Later, he goes after the priest who believes that he should persecute all of the sinners with his own gun and the gunslinger who is obsessed with gold and blonde women. Apart from the one person who truly did kill Django's brother, the other 3 men are innocent until proven guilty. These four men are some of the best gunslingers in the area, so Django must outsmart them in order to gain his revenge and mourn his brother's death. Django will let nothing stop him in his search for each of these men and will make them wish they had died sooner.