**1/2. With Ferrer, Milian and Merenda as main characters, Sergio Martino delivers an interesting political thriller which is much in keeping with his filmography. There is fast-paced action with Alfa Romeos and Fiats, the villains are not necessarily the guys with the ugly faces and Luc Merenda is the Italian Charles Bronson of the genre. The film is already forgotten but I remember that I had a good time.
Within the tight 93' runtime lies what is arguably the most boring, mundane and non-threatening chase sequence ever filmed, a display opposite to William Friedkin as the Guelphs were to the Ghibellines. Other than that, a quite mediocre movie from the same sleazy maestro that gave us the intense and unforgiving 1973 giallo I Corpi Presentano Tracce Di Violenza Carnale, with a neat soundtrack from Luciano Michelini.