Snow Job (1965)

Director
Luciano Salce

Main cast
Vittorio Gassman; Adolfo Celi; Daniela Bianchi; Beba Lon?ar

Genres
Thriller, Comedy

Description
Lucio (Vittorio Gassman) and his sidekick (Adolfo Celi) accidently gets mixed up with a gang of international counterfeiters in this fast-moving and suspenseful comedy with music from Ennio Morricone. The crooks hope to upset the U.S. economy by flooding the world with bogus bills. Lucio is an overworked businessman who only wants a little rest and relaxation. Instead, he is skiing in Northern Italy on one day and the next day enduring the searing heat in the Egyptian desert.


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