He and a great deal of other people were in a plane crash and landed in the Arctic Ocean.
Guilio Sacchi Tomas Milian is a monster of the human kind, a petty criminal who decides to graduate to the big time by kidnapping the daughter of a wealthy Italian businessman.
Guilio shows no emotion as he blows away anyone who gets in his way, friends included. One particular scene stands out: During the kidnap, Mary Lou Anita Strindberg escapes to a house where a small party is going on.
Guilio and his cohorts crash the party and force the guests men included to perform oral sex on them.
The guests are then tied up and hung from the ceiling as they watch in horror as Guilio blows away the homeowner's 4 year old son. Guilio then turns his machine gun on them, slaughtering the helpless victims.
Walter Grandi Henry Silvathe police chief assigned to the case, follows the trail of bodies left in Guilio's wake.
Guilio may be demented, but he is no fool. He never leaves any witnesses to convict him, and when he collects the ransom, he kills Mary Lou and his cohorts.
When Grandi finally catches him, Guilio is released for lack of evidence. Grandi, in desperation, decides to take the law in his own hands.
As in real life, there are no happy endings here. This violent, mean-spirited actioner could have only been made by the Italians. It is well made though badly dubbed and ugly to look at. It's chock full of nudity and bullet hits. Good fodder for fans of the genre. When Dean Mitchell Mitchuma former Green Beret, is attacked in his store by drugged-out street gang, he shoots one of the gang members when he tries to run over Mitchell with his car.
In retaliation, the gang invades Mitchell's house and rape his wife and kill his young son. Mitchell, upon returning home and finding his son dead and his wife bloody and bruised, calls the police He says to the operator, "They've killed my son and raped my wife and you want my phone number?
Mitchell goes on the warpath and begins to systematically hunting down and murdering all the members of the street gang He even finds time to have a flashback, where he adopts a Filippino baby and marries the woman handling the adoption, which turn out to be his dead son and wife!
He eventually gets caught by the police, but an Interpol agent named Brady Ken Metcalfe, who also co-wrote the screenplay steps in and offers Mitchell a deal: Reform his old Special Forces squad and wipe out the Golden Triangle drug cartel who are responsible for supplying the majority of heroin to the world and his record will be wiped clean.
He is the kingpin of the Golden Triangle. Somsak tries unsuccessfully on several occasions to stop the assault from ever happening, but once the final attack does happen, Somsak has one final ace up his sleeve.
One of Mitchell's squad members is on Somsak's payroll. It's a long and bloody ride.
This is great, mindless fun from beginning to end, with plenty of bloody action and "What the fuck? Mitchell also has a habit of saying, "There's noting we can do for them now. We've got to keep moving!
I'm especially fond of the warbus Mitchell and his men and scantilly-clad women created. It looks like one of those short buses retarded kids take to school, tricked-out with steel armor and hidden rocket launchers and machine guns.Rosenblatt conveys the horror of this desolate, isolated landscape ruled by the ``silence'' of starving children too weak to cry out and by the world's failure to .
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The Man in the Water In the essay "The Man in the Water" by Roger Rosenblatt, the Man in the Water did something heroic that most other people probably would not do. He and a great deal of other people were in a plane crash and landed in the Arctic Ocean.
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