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THE GREAT SILENCE

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(1968, Sergio Corbucci) Amid mountainous Utah snowdrifts, oppressed Mormons hide out from psycho — even by his standards — Klaus Kinski’s bounty hunters, while JLT’s “Silence,” mute thanks to a childhood neck-slashing, signs on to avenge African American Vonetta McGee’s husband. With chilling Pyrénées locations and brutally shocking climax. Approx. 105 min. 35mm.

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“Arguably the greatest spaghetti Western not made by Sergio Leone.”
– David Fear, Time Out New York

“Corbucci's masterpiece. Contains one of Morricone's loveliest scores.”
– Justin Stewart, The L Magazine

“Remarkable! Revels in haunted, unsettling instrumentations and spontaneous quick zooms that anticipate a generation of slasher films.”
- Steve Dollar, The Wall Street Journal

“One of the finest westerns ever. Corbucci’s masterpiece.”
– Alex Cox, The New York Times