Release Date: October, 1990
Directed by: Amir Shervan
Written by: Carold Dickey, Amir Shervan
Music by: Alen Der Marderosian
Cast: Harold Diamond, Stuart Whitman, Delia Sheppard, Joselito Rescober
Rex Films, 101 Minutes
“I’m not a fighter. I’m a lover.” – Rose’s Father
This is the last of the five American films by Amir Shervan that I needed to review. I’m a fan of the guy’s work ever since seeing Samurai Cop and none of his films have really been disappointing, as I’m a big fan of this sort of schlock.
Gypsy is actually the most obscure of the five, even though they’re all pretty hard to track down if you’re not looking for them on Prime. Luckily, I was able to rent this one there and finally give it a watch.
Out of all the Shervan pictures from the States, this is the second worst, coming in ahead of Hollywood Cop. Yet it is still amusing and I really like his regulars Harold Diamond and Joselito Rescober, who actually plays his best character in this movie.
This is action packed, loaded with lots of glorious breasts and it fits well within Shervan’s patented style.
The plot is about a drifter type who brings war to a racist land baron and his minions, who have been exploiting migrant families. It’s got shades of Road House, Raw Deal, Delta Force 2 and Shervan’s other American flicks.
While most will deem this as a terrible movie. I have taste and I deem it as solid schlock with a lighthearted goofiness that makes it an entertaining and endearing experience.
Pairs well with: Amir Shervan’s other wonderful films.
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