A still from “Coffy”

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Piazza Grande: Crazy Midnight

Coffy

USA  ·  1973  ·  DCP  ·  Color  ·  90'  ·  o.v. English

When her younger sister is hospitalized after shooting some contaminated heroin, the nurse Coffy hits the streets with a shotgun, determined to stop the drug trade once and for all.


The film that effectively made Pam Grier the shining star that she is. Directed by Jack Hill, Coffy captures the cool but deadly Southern California vibe like few others. Influential for so many reasons, and maybe there has never been another leading black lady that can fill these shoes.

Greg de Cuir Jr.
Screenings
Saturday 10 | 8 | 2019  ·  21:30  ·  Piazza Grande  ·  Sub. French
Saturday 17 | 8 | 2019  ·  14:30  ·  PalaCinema Sala 1  ·  Sub. French
Director
Jack Hill
Cast
Pam Grier Booker Bradshaw Robert DoQui William Elliott Allan Arbus
Producer
Robert A. Papazian
Executive producer
Salvatore Billitteri
Cinematography
Paul Lohmann
Music
Roy Ayers
Screenplay
Jack Hill
Editing
Charles McClelland
Production
American International Pictures (AIP)

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