Straight to Hell – Fahr zur Hölle


Straight to Hell is a 1987 independent action-comedy film directed by Alex Cox and starring Sy Richardson, Joe Strummer (frontman of The Clash), Dick Rude, and Courtney Love. The film also features cameos by Dennis Hopper, Grace Jones, Elvis Costello, Edward Tudor-Pole, Kathy Burke, and Jim Jarmusch. Band members of The Pogues, Amazulu, and The Circle Jerks are also featured in the film. The film borrows its title from The Clash's 1982 song of the same name.

The film has been called a parody of Spaghetti Westerns,[1] and concerns a gang of criminals who become stranded in the desert, where they stumble upon a surreal Western town full of coffee-addicted killers. The film is based on Giulio Questi's Spaghetti Western film Django Kill... If You Live, Shoot! (1967), which Cox was given permission to adapt.[2]

Straight to Hell received few positive reviews upon release, and was not a commercial success, although it later gained something of a cult film status.[3] A soundtrack was also released. On 14 December 2010, an extended cut of the film, titled Straight to Hell Returns, was released on DVD, featuring additional footage and digitally enhanced picture quality.[4] This version of the film, under the collaboration of Alex Cox, was also screened at several cinemas as part of a midnight movie theatrical run.

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
11.02.1988 in Deutschland
weitere Titel:
Z piekła rodempl
Прямо в ад
Straight to Hell ast
Diritti all'inferno
De dret a l'infern
Straight to Hell – Fahr zur Hölle
Genre:Italowestern, Filmkomödie, Actionfilm
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten, Vereinigtes Königreich
IMDB: 2216
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