Title: A ciascuno il suo (1967) aka We Still Kill the Old Way
Director/Writers: Elio Petri/Jean Curtelin, Elio Petri, Ugo Pirro, and Leonardo Sciascia
Cast: Gian Maria Volonté, Irene Papas, Gabriele Ferzetti, Salvo Randone, Luigi Pistilli, Laura Nucci, etc.
Duration: 99 minutes
Languages: Italian, with English subtitles.
Description: From an IMDB user - and calqued from Italian, it would seem: "Paolo Laurana is a kind of leftist intellectual who chances to be intrigued by a mysterious double murder in the Sicily of mid Sixties. In his personal detection for murder's instigators, he will run into a plot in which both politicians and mafia racketeers are involved. So curiosity will become a very dangerous affair. Taken from a novel by Leonardo Sciascia (1921-1989), A ciascuno il suo (1967) is a film where high rank acting is at its top. Cast (Gianmaria Volonté, Irene Papas, Gabriele Ferzetti, Salvo Randone, Luigi Pistilli. Mario Scaccia, Leopoldo Trieste) is perfect and well-combined, direction (Elio Petri, 1929-1982) is powerful and impressive. If compared to the novel, Elio Petri's film (written with Ugo Pirro) may seem short of that illuministic pessimism that breathes through Sciascia's books, but Laurana's rationalistic search for truth retains that `bitter taste of intelligence' which is one of the major feature of Sciascia's characters. A key film to understand historical condition of Italy in the Sixties."
Subtitles provided by merlin and various others who've rather tackily noted their contributions in the film's subtitles.
Source: DVDRip. Taken from marx's torrent @ KG.
File size: 1.16GB | Resolution: 720 x 384 (1.875:1)
Video: 1752kbps XviD 25fps
Audio: 44.1kHz 122kbps 2-channel Joint Stereo MP3
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[Screenshots mirrored from marx's torrent description @ KG.]