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Trinity Sees Red – This western is set in Valencia, Spain at the end of the 19th century, and stars Terence Hill as a close-mouthed gunslinger.


Trinity Sees Red (1970)
Director: Mario Camus
Writers: Manuel Marinero (story) (as Manolo Marinero), Mario Camus
Stars: Terence Hill, Maria Grazia Buccella, Mario Pardo
Genres: Drama | Western
Country: Italy | Spain
Language: English
Release Date: 20 October 1972 (West Germany)
Also Known As: Trinity schlägt zurück
Filming Locations: Almonte, Huelva, Andalucía, Spain

This western is set in Valencia, Spain at the end of the 19th century, and stars Terence Hill as a close-mouthed gunslinger. The bad guy is the local landlord and aristocrat (Fernando Rey), who horribly abuses the laborers in his community.

Warning: Spoilers
“Tight-lipped and blithely indifferent gunslinger Marco (a fine and intense Terence Hill in a refreshing change-of-pace serious role) gets hired by evil land baron Don Antonio (the always excellent Fernando Ray) to assassinate a man who’s planning to start a revolution amongst the local oppressed and impoverished peasants. After finishing his assignment, Marco realizes the error of his ways and sides with the peasants to overthrow Antonio’s cruel reign. Director Mario Camus, who also co-wrote the thoughtful and literate script, eschews the expected shoot ’em up formula in favor of something more lofty and ambitious: a thinking man’s oater that deals with the weighty Marxist theme of how the strong and wealthy upper class make their living exploiting and degrading the poor and powerless lower class. While it sounds heavy-handed and the pace periodically drags in spots, this movie nonetheless manages to be a gripping and satisfying viewing experience thanks to the well-drawn central characters, the right-on leftist politics, and occasional outbursts of exciting and well-staged action. Kudos are also in order for the sturdy acting from a capable cast: Hill in particular excels in a meaty non-comedic lead role, plus there are praiseworthy contributions from Rey, Mario Pardo as Marco’s loyal, easygoing brother and partner Jacobo, Maximo Valverde as the mean Ramon, Angel Lombarte as the hot-headed, but decent and charismatic worker’s union leader Jose, Maria Grazia Buccella as feisty hotel proprietor Soledad, and William Layton as the humane Don Lucas. Roberto Geraldi’s bright, picturesque cinematography does the trick. Augusto Martelli’s twangy score likewise hits the harmonic spot. A pleasant surprise.” Written by Woodyanders on

Also Known As (AKA):
(original title): La collera del vento
Brazil: A Cólera de Trinity
Chile (censored version): La Cólera de viento
Denmark: Mission hævn
Denmark (première title): Banditten med de blå øjne
Europe (English title): Revenge of Trinity
Finland: Korppikotkat odottavat…
France: Trinita voit rouge
France (alternative title): La colère du vent
Germany (alternative title): Trinity schlägt zurück
Greece (transliterated title): I ekdikisi tou Trinita
Greece (reissue title): Trinita: Me to pistoli mou anoigo tafous
Greece: Sfaires ston ilio, orgi ston anemo
Hungary: A szél dühe
Italy (complete title): La colera del viento
Norway: På oppdrag
Portugal: A Cólera do Vento
Slovakia: Pomstitel’ Trinity
Slovenia: Jeza vetra
Spain: La cólera del viento
Sweden (video title): Trinitys hämnd
Sweden (theatrical title): Våldets skördar
Sweden (video box title): The revenge of Trinity
USA: Trinity Sees Red
USA: The Wind’s Fierce
West Germany: Der Teufel kennt kein Halleluja
Yugoslavia (Macedonian title): Bes na vetrot
The Wind’s Anger


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