Young, Violent, Dangerous
Young, Violent, Dangerous (Italian: Liberi armati pericolosi, also known as Young, Violent, and Desperate), is a 1976 Italian "poliziottesco" film directed by Romolo Guerrieri. It is based on the short story "Bravi ragazzi bang bang" from the book Milano calibro 9 by Giorgio Scerbanenco.
|Young, Violent, Dangerous|
Italian theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Romolo Guerrieri|
|Screenplay by||Fernando Di Leo|
|Based on||"Bravi ragazzi bang bang" by Giorgio Scerbanenco|
|Music by||Enrico Pieranunzi|
|Edited by||Antonio Siciliano|
In Italy, three young men go on a violent crime spree and end up being chased by the police across the country.