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Sergio Martino's 1975 crime drama Silent Action on Blu-ray in March

10 February 2021

Strap yourself in for hard-hitting action this March with Silent Action [La polizia accusa: il servizio segreto uccide], the explosive and provocative crime saga from Sergio Martino, the legendary Italian filmmaker behind giallo classics Torso, The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh and All the Colours of the Dark.

When high-ranking military officials turn up dead, all from apparent suicides or suspicious accidents, it’s down to Inspector Giorgio Solmi (Luc Merenda, The Violent Professionals) to find out what’s happened to them. Aided by Captain Mario Sperli (Tomas Milian, Almost Human), the two men soon find themselves in the midst of a deadly political scandal that threatens to bring Rome to its knees.

Making its global HD debut, Fractured Visions is proud to present Silent Action (A.K.A The Police Accuse: The Secret Service Kill), a bold and uncompromising take on a startling true story, lovingly restored and featuring a host of new bonus material.

Silent Action Blu-ray cover art

Silent Kill will be released on UK Blu-ray on 29 March 2021 by Fractured Visions the RRP of £24.99. You can pre=-order the disc from the Fractured Visions website here.

Blu-ray features:

  • 2K Restoration from the Original Camera Negative
  • Original Italian Mono Audio with newly translated English subtitles
  • Newly Remastered English Mono Audio
  • Audio Commentary on Eurocrime fandom by Filmmaker Mike Malloy
  • The Age of Lead: 1970s Italy
  • Directing the Strategy: An interview with Director Sergio Martino
  • Luc Unleashed: An interview with Actor Luc Merenda
  • Sergio and I: An interview with Composer Luciano Michelini
  • Archival interview with Luc Merenda
  • Archival featurette: The Milian Connection

Limited Edition contents:

  • Collector’s Edition Slipcase
  • Original Soundtrack CD
  • Special Collector’s Booklet with new essays by Eugenio Ercolani and Francesco Massaccesi