Long Live Your Death
Long Live Your Death (a.k.a. Don't Turn the Other Cheek!, originally titled Viva la muerte... tua!) is a 1971 Italian/Spanish/German international co-production Spaghetti Western/ action comedy film directed by Duccio Tessari. The film is mostly a send up of "political" Spaghetti Westerns (also called Zapata Westerns), like A Professional Gun and Compañeros.
In priestly disguise, the con artist Orlowsky learns from a last confession about a village where a treasure is hidden. He seeks out the Mexican bandit Max Lozoya, who knows more about its precise location – (part of) the instructions is tattooed on his ass.
|author||Arduino Maiuri Juan de Orduña Massimo De Rita|
|genre||action comedy political western|
|keywords||begin con artist dead bodies el salvador force haggle kill lock up mexican bandit prison warden reward run away treasure map uprise|
|producer||Carlo Lizzani Mickey Knox|
|publisher||International Amusements Corporation|
|theme||action comedy spaghetti western|