Young, Violent, Dangerous

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  • NR
  • 1975
  • 1 hr 33 min
  • 6.5  (535)

Young, Violent, Dangerous is a 1976 Italian crime thriller directed by Romolo Guerrieri. The movie tells the story of three young friends who become involved in a life of crime after one of them, Fabio (played by Stefano Patrizi), accidentally kills a man in a fight. Fabio, along with his friends Enrico (Benjamin Lev) and Claudio (Max Delys), soon find themselves embroiled in a world of violence and danger as they join a gang and participate in a series of robberies and other criminal activities. As the trio's crimes escalate, they must navigate their relationships with each other, their families, and the law, all while trying to avoid capture and overcome the consequences of their actions.

The film opens with Fabio and Enrico on a motorcycle, cruising through the streets of Rome, searching for adventure. After starting a fight with a group of men on the street, Fabio accidentally kills one of them. The friends flee the scene but are soon caught and sent to prison. While in jail, they meet a seasoned criminal named Sergio (played by Tomas Milian), who takes them under his wing and teaches them the skills they need to survive on the streets.

Once released from prison, the three friends begin a new life of crime. They rob gas stations and grocery stores, living it up in lavish apartments and driving fancy cars. Fabio, however, starts to have second thoughts about their lifestyle, and tensions rise within the group.

Throughout the movie, we see the consequences of the friends' actions, both for themselves and those around them. We also see the struggle Fabio faces as he tries to decide whether to continue down the path of crime or turn his life around.

Young, Violent, Dangerous is a gritty and intense film, with a strong focus on the realities of life on the streets. The characters are complex and nuanced, and their relationships are at the heart of the story. The film also features stunning shots of Rome and its streets, giving viewers a glimpse into the city's underworld.

Overall, Young, Violent, Dangerous is a classic example of Italian crime cinema, with its raw and uncompromising portrayal of life on the fringes of society. It is a must-see for fans of the genre and those interested in exploring the darker side of human nature.

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    6.5  (535)