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Gods forgive... I don't!

FilmPosted by Mikkel Leffers Svendstrup Sat, November 15, 2008 08:34:32

As for religious references, the title of Giuseppe Collizi's Gods forgive... I don't is a good example. In the Italian western, the hero does not turn his cheek... It's an eye for an eye, og maybe it's acttually two of three eyes for an eye.

Here's the master crafted opening sequence, with a absolutely great score, which is a religious reference as well:

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