After old enemies kill his family, a former mafia enforcer and his feisty daughter flee to Milan, where they hide out while plotting their revenge.
|Directors||Cosimo Gomez, Vittorio Omodei Zorini, Enrico Mastracchi Manes|
|Producers||Iginio Straffi, Maurizio Totti, Alessandro Usai, Antonio Tacchia, Roberto Amoroso|
|Writers||Cosimo Gomez, Cosimo Gomez, Fabio Guaglione, Sandrone Dazieri, Sandrone Dazieri, Andrea Nobile, Franco Fraternale|
My first impression, having watched Vendetta is its essentially, a basic, Leon The Assassin, knock off.
Loaded down with the usual trite woke baggage, Vendetta is a Leon the Assassin clone, minus most of the charm, heart and appeal, that made the former so endearing and memorable.
To be fair, acting is of a high standard. Its by no means the actors fault this is unremarkable. Its story is too much a facsimile of an earlier and much superior film, to merit more than passing interest.
In summary, hardly original, woke but well acted, nonetheless.— MovieGuys