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||IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 from N/A votes
||Release: N/A /
||Genre: Action, Adventure, Mystery
||Director: Osvaldo Civirani,
||Stars: Action, Adventure, Mystery
||Synopsis: An evil desert bandit kidnaps the son of a sultan and raises him as his own. It turns out that the son has magic powers and is invincible. Years later, as a young man, he falls in love with...
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...and yet this is probably Mark Forest's best film.
I've purchased the WARRIORS DVD pack, which has 50 Sword & Sandal films
included in one single package. The quality ranges from execrable to
pretty decent action films. Of all the films I've watched up to now,
this will probably be the most difficult one to review because part of
it is bad but then some part it is pretty decent, in fact, surprisingly
good. Because the transfer and image quality on the DVD was almost
unwatchable, I cannot give an accurate opinion about the actual
production qualities of the movie but needless to say, I have a good
eye for these things and here's my rundown of KINDAR THE INVULNERABLE.
Let's start with the bad:
- The acting is pretty bad. Mark Forest will never be mistaken as a
great actor but in this movie he gives new meaning to wooden. Actors
who played Hercules or Maciste or Goliath were never great actors to
begin with and the producers of these movies sometimes compensated for
this weakness by hiring dependable actors for the other roles. Not in
this movie. Many of the other actors are weak, including the usually
dependable Mimmo Palmara, who for some reason here overacts
- The direction is odd. A lot of scenes shot from faraway. So faraway
that the only thing you see are human figures set against the desert
with the dubbed voices booming out of nowhere. You know the actors are
there somewhere but I couldn't make out who was who. It's like watching
- Speaking of voices, the dubbing and dialogue can only be described as
all out terrible. The actor who dubbed Mark's dialogue was all wrong
and his booming voice didn't match the beefy actor at all. During
fights or any moment when characters are huffing or grunting, the
dubbing makes it sound like someone is spitting on the microphone. I
kid you not. Bad dubbing is not really the fault of the original
filmmakers' vision but more the fault of the US distributors.
Hopefully, the original Italian dialogue is not this bad.
- The film has some long moments. Even at 98 minutes, it felt like it
lasted over 2 hours. Not a good sign for an action flick. The pacing
would be improved considerably with a little editing here and there.
Now with the good:
- Some action scenes are excellent. The fighting scene between Kindar
and his brother is the highlight of the film. The location during that
scene is amazing. I don't know where this sequence was shot but it was
- The beginning is also startling. We see and hear a woman giving birth
and then a lightning bolt strikes the bed and Kindar is born (and the
reason why he's "invulnerable"). This scene is unintentionally funny
because of combining a lightning bolt with a birth (!) but it's very
surprising to see a woman giving birth to a child, with moans and all,
in a kids picture made in 1964.
- Mark Forest as never been in better shape. He wears tights throughout
the movie, which leaves nothing to the imagination. Sexually sensitive
- The sometimes bad acting is compensated by the fact that the cast is
uniformly good looking. Mimmo Palmara, Dea Flowers, Howard Ross and
most especially Rosalba Neri are all at their prime in regards to their
looks. Rosalba is truly gorgeous as Kira. What a screen presence.
- And lastly, some shots are almost poetic. For instance, the last
scene, when Mark and Dea stand against a river, with pyramids on the
other side of the river, the reflection of those pyramids can be seen
in the water. The effect is cool, subtle and very effective.
There's another great moment in KINDAR: when Seymuth (Mimmo) is
defeated and returns to his tribe. We see him with his dejected
soldiers walking towards the camera in one long static shot. It's a
beautiful moment. The music during that scene is excellent.
Like I said, KINDAR is wildly inconsistent in regards to its level of
quality. Something tells me that a good, clean transfer, with the
original widescreen ratio aspect and Italian soundtrack would boost the
quality of this Sword & Sandal. The pacing would still be too slow but
still a vast improvement over what's currently available on DVD now.
For now, this is my favorite Mark Forest S&S flick and one of the most
original Peplums out there.
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