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  • Streaming: the missing films of Roeg and Bertolucci

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    Made when the Italian was just 21, and adapted with Pier Paolo Pasolini from one of the latter’s short stories, it’s a shard-cut procedural investigation of a young prostitute’s murder in ...

  • The best horror films in cinema history - msn.com

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  • The 50 Scariest Movies of All Time - msn.com

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    Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini In this unflinching Italian study of depravity and fascism, powerful men round up teenage boys and girls and subject them to humiliating sexual acts and torture.

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  • Pier Paolo Pasolini - Wikipedia

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    Pier Paolo Pasolini (Italian: [ˌpjɛr ˈpaːolo pazoˈliːni]; 5 March 1922 – 2 November 1975) was an Italian film director, poet, writer, and intellectual.

  • Pier Paolo Pasolini - IMDb

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    Pier Paolo Pasolini achieved fame and notoriety long before he entered the film industry. A published poet at 19, he had already written numerous novels and essays before his first screenplay in 1954.

  • An introduction to Pier Paolo Pasolini | BFI

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    Like Fellini and Antonioni, Pier Paolo Pasolini was one of the great Italian filmmakers of the 1960s and 70s. His films reflect the contradictions and complexity of a passionate but tragic life. “It is only at our moment of death that our life, to that point undecipherable, ambiguous, suspended

  • PIER PAOLO PASOLINI: POEMS: Amazon.co.uk: Pier Paolo ...

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    Review "Translating Pasolini is a formidable task, requiring of the translator what Pavese called una simpatia amorosa for the original. In the case of Pasolini, that means a translator with a good ear for the literary and the colloquial, a sense of the echoes and inversions of past poetry everywhere present (for despite his modernity, Pasolini ...

  • Who really killed Pier Paolo Pasolini? | Film | The Guardian

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    The film of Pier Paolo Pasolini's last day is tipped to win the Golden Lion at the Venice biennale festival Photograph: Allstar Picture Library "Want to go for a spin?" the poet and maestro of ...

  • Pier Paolo Pasolini | Poetry Foundation

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    One of Italy’s most famous and controversial filmmakers, Pier Paolo Pasolini was also a novelist and poet. Born in Bologna to a military family that moved frequently, Pasolini began writing poetry at age seven, attended the University of Bologna, and was eventually drafted to serve in World War II; his regiment was captured by the Germans ...

  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975) - IMDb

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    Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini. With Paolo Bonacelli, Laura Betti, Giorgio Cataldi, Umberto Paolo Quintavalle. In World War II Italy, four fascist libertines round up nine adolescent boys and girls and subject them to one hundred and twenty days of physical, mental and sexual torture.

  • Pier Paolo Pasolini: No saint | Film | The Guardian

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    A t the end of Mamma Roma (1962), Pier Paolo Pasolini's great film, the hero lies dying on a prison bed like the dead Christ of Mantegna or a barefoot saint by Caravaggio.

  • Pier Paolo Pasolini - Pasolini - shop.bfi.org.uk

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    Like Fellini and Antonioni, Pier Paolo Pasolini was one of the great Italian filmmakers of the 1960s and 70s. Often at the centre of scandal and censure, he was a radical who set out to create a 'Cinema of poetry'.

  • Pier Paolo Pasolini - Britannica.com

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    Pier Paolo Pasolini, a poet, critic, and filmmaker, was the dominant creative figure of the period. Eugenio Montale and Salvatore Quasimodo won Nobel Prizes for their poetry, and Giuseppe Ungaretti founded Hermeticism.

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