Official selection of the 2002 Locarno Film Festival.
Ten years ago, the Duke (Derek Jacobi) murdered Vindici's wife on their wedding day. Vindici (Christopher Eccleston) fled. His family fell into poverty while the Duke, Duchess (Diana Quick) and their decadent sons acquired wealth and power. Today, Vindici returns. With the help of his brother Carlo (Andrew Schofield) he sets about the destruction of the Duke and his entire clan. But it will not be easy. The Duke is well-protected and his villainous first-born, Lussurioso (Eddie Izzard), is determined to seduce Vincici's sister, Castiza (Carla Henry). When the Duke's youngest son is imprisoned for the rape of a beautiful aristocrat, Imogen (Sophie Dahl), Vindici sees an opportunity to test his mother and his sister and to secure his revenge.
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this type of stuff will rot your brain. the postmodern punk crap and discotheque scenes are ridiculous,I had to watch for a Shakespeare film class but would not have viewed unless required to view.
Love everything about this movie.
n1ce one !
good movie with good acting