Enrico Maria Salerno is brilliant as the police officer who tries to discover the big ones behind the vigilante group. Mario Adorf is convincing as ever - once more portraying a rather dubious district attorney. This Italian-German co-production is also remarkable for singer Jürgen Drews who plays one of the criminals that fall victim to the vigilantes.
One of the better Italian crime films of the genre, it's also a fairly obscure one and although the plot is hardly original, the film never lets up and delivers more than it's fair share of thrills. Marcel Bozzuffi (of French Connection & Fulci's Contraband amongst other) is as reliable as always, this time as Inspector Grifi who sets up a special unit of commandos (the 'stunt squad') to combat the rise of violence towards innocent shop owners who refuse protection from the rackets.
Police investigate apparent suicide of teen girl and uncover details of a teenage prostitution racket. They go on the hunt for a motorcycle riding killer.
A bomb explodes in a hotel in Milano,causing deaths and wounded. Witness of the massacre is the Commissioner Matteo Rolandi,that was in place to oversee a boss drug trafficker. Also his colleague and friend Balsamo,after seeing the attacker in the face,is killed by a killer. Rolandi investigate, but every time he finds something,a mysterious organization precedes him. Who doesn’t want the truth???