J&B with orbs of de-light?
Verson Jetorix: “A man is invited to his boss’s home and discovers his boss is more than just a man who runs a business. Corrado Farina (Baba Yaga) uses the framework of Dracula to tell a strange modern day allegory about capitalism. Adolfo Celli plays the boss, Giovanni Nosferatu.”
Pistilli pouring blind.
A subtle hint that Carroll Baker is going on a binge tonight.
Verson Jetorix: “Carroll Baker, Adolfo Celi, Luigi Pistilli and Femi Benussi with tunes by the De Angeles brothers and directed by Andrea (STRIP NUDE FOR YOUR KILLER) Bianchi. There’s enough Euro-ambience, nudity and J&B here to keep this domestic drama about sexual problems interesting.”
A shot of J&B with the doomed Sandy Bronson.
Franco keeps the J&B at his elbow.
Every portrait of Adolfo Celi should include J&B.
Rock stars keep two bottles handy.
Verson Jetorix: “Could be my favorite Franco Nero movie. It’s melancholy tone and downbeat ending (of my version, anyway) capture a political and cultural moment worth revisiting.”
A ruthless mobster has two bottles of J&B but doesn’t offer any to his American hit men!
Eva Lalli (Luciana Paluzzi ) polishes off her J&B at the hotel bar.
Silva with the loud jacket and enhanced J&B upper right.
Nice large table J&B and a Punt ashtray.
A hooligan gets wasted by Luca Canali mid-J&B.
A nice arty J&B shot as captured.
Verson Jetorix: “Mario Adorf gives a cult-defining performance as a family man gone revengin’ against the likes of Henry Silva and Woody Strode. Check it out.”
Marc Porel getting a little jumpy because he hasn’t killed anyone in a few hours.
Tits and J&B.
Verson Jetorix: “Deodato’s take on the cop thriller genre is as subversive as his most famous films. The violence is cranked up to 11 and the homo-erotic undertones of the buddy cop relationship are unmistakable. These guys are simply killers with badges who don’t wait for actual crimes before blowing away the bad guys. Hilarious.”
J&B highlighted lower left. I know, it’s almost not there.
Verson Jetorix: “No great shakes in the heist department despite claims to same. Plus I hate it when the director cheats the audience, unless it’s Mario Bava.”