Directed by: Richard T. Heffron
Actors: Armand Assante, Barbara Carrera and Laurene Landon
Also known as: Ich, der Richter ; Io, la giuria
Description: Early 80’s. In one of the fleshpots of New York hotels by a shot in the stomach was killed investigator named Jack Williams. Arrived on the scene of crime, a private detective Mike Hammer recognizes his friend (with whom he fought in the Vietnam campaign) and vows to find the killer as well as its customers. And Hammer with unbridled fury began a private investigation, which leads him into the world of car chases, brutal murders of sexual violence, pornography and medical spies, political intrigue involving the CIA.
Review: The film “I, the jury” is probably only interesting to fans of Armand Assante. It should be noted that the producers have entrusted him a major role in the traditional film-noir. Hence, it was his stage care role.
He was expected result. By actors portraying the second plan can be judged – that the film, despite the genre enough character – access is not: Paul Sorvino, Jeffrey Lewis, Barbara Carrera.
Definitely – to Assante while producers only watch, but hope is pinned.
The only thing remembered after this film – stylized Bond Saver, and a bright and spirited Barbara Carrera.