Digitmovies is re-releasing on CD the OST by Stelvio Cipriani for the film "Fearless" (original title "Poliziotto senza paura").
Stelvio Cipriani and his unmistakable style accompany the adventures of the fearless policeman in this soundtrack, with alternating action themes and romantic motifs. In the opening credits (Tr.1), a rhythmic motif with electric guitars and percussion is peacefully introduced by a synthesizer and bells, which is then reprised at the end of the film (Tr.22). He also includes danceable disco themes (Tr.3, Tr.17), Bossa lounge music (Tr.6), music for Brigitte's striptease in the nightclub (Tr.13) , music for the chases (Tr.11, Tr.20), and mysterious moods (Tr.8, Tr.10, Tr.18). The sad and romantic side of the story is given intense passages with strings that reveal once again the great melodic side of the composer (Tr.2, Tr.12, Tr.15, Tr.16, Tr.19, Tr.21). For this CD, we were able to use the stereo master tapes of the recording session.
DIRECTOR AND CAST
Directed in 1978 by Stelvio Massi. Starring: Maurizio Merli, Joan Collins, Gastone Moschin, Werner Pochath, Annarita Grapputo, Franco Ressel, Alexander Trojan, Massimo Vanni.
A private investigator from Rome, Detective Walter Spada, receives an assignment from his colleague Karl Koper in Vienna. He is to find the young Annelise Von Stradel, daughter of a wealthy Austrian banker, who joined a Buddhist community in Rome. Some thugs kidnap the girl before Walter arrives and he is forced to move to Vienna to continue the search. In the Austrian capital, the detective risks his life and finds himself involved in a mysterious and complicated story of minors who are killed or sent into prostitution. A 14-year-old girl named Renata reveals the repulsive part the girl's father and the gang play in the story, and is then killed soon after. The gang is led by a stripper who had kidnapped Annelise and had intended to blackmail the banker. Although his investigation proved successful, Spada returns to Rome penniless.