Greider goes to work. In ways that would make Jason Voorhees proud, he goes through the Brenners like crap through a goose. As Luzi gets closer to her wedding day, she knows that she will be soiled by the Brenners before she is able to be Lukas's wife. The Brenners aren't dumb; they figure out Greider is their nemesis and set out to track him down. Greider realizes that his success may also enable Luzi and Lukas to embark on a lifetime of marital bliss, which his own parents were denied. Will Greider finish his wrath before Luzi and Lukas's wedding night? Will the Brenners' counter-assault eventually stop Greider dead in his snowy tracks?
This film is beautifully shot in the snowy Alpes and contains a hauntingly seductive musical score. Mr. Prochaska masterfully combines elements of a Sergio Leone western, "Braveheart," and "Friday the 13th" to make one of the best cowboy films ever in history. The acting is superb, and the gunfights are gritty and violent. The bleak snowy weather perfectly enhances the brutal themes of this film and the dichotomy between good and evil is not blurred. Available on Netflix, dubbed into English, do not miss "The Dark Valley" ("Das finstere Tal"). How sad, that a film about the most noble of American characters has to be crafted in Europe.