Pasolini prossimo nostro
We are on the set of "Salò or the 120 days of Sodom". Pasolini lets a small camera team led by the journalist Gideon Bachmann follow him around engaging him in a long and extraordinary interview/conversation. The interview turns into a long, clear-sighted and violent attack on society that accompanies photos of the set in a surprising juxtaposition of film and reality, revealing Pasolini's metaphorical portrait of modernity.
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(nl) wrote: not as good as previously release films of this series but still very good and worth ticket ticket prices.
(br) wrote: Family isn't meant to suppress dreams, but somehow it does because it necessitates sacrifice and compromise. Family seems to spawn cowardice and complacency. This is one of a canon of films that doesn't like what family does to the individual. There is a car and a road, but there isn't freedom to get in and go. Family photographer yells: say cheese.
(us) wrote: A very well done documentary on how not to give up on your dreams no matter how silly they are. I am not saying wanting to meet Diego Maradona is silly by any long shot because I would have done the exact same as these lads if I was braver and not too concerned about having a full time job and a 'normal' life. Watching a documentary like this does inspire people, it inspires me but it also teases me because I know I will never be that adventurous and step out of my comfort zone but this is why films like this should always be made... to show us of the possibilities one could achieve if they just push themselves to do it.We don't see a lot of freestyle football, which is a shame but the story is touching and has a great conclusion. Shame Maradona didn't make as much of an effort to spend time with them but I suppose he is a very busy man with many many fans who would love to meet him and would do as much if more to do so.
(gb) wrote: What the hell? Could be a laugh... Looks awful...
(kr) wrote: This movie is incredibly advanced on terms of animation and story depth for its time!
(br) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.
(ag) wrote: after watching this movie only one thing popped up in my head.....Roger Ebert was the most brilliant screenwriter of all time
(br) wrote: the movie that kick started Hitchcock's career.......
(us) wrote: Let this movie turn up in some unexpected manner
(it) wrote: Grisly, macabre late Hitchcock movie that bristles with a seedy London atmosphere.
(mx) wrote: This is one of my favorite westerns, right up there with the Outlaw Josey Wales and The Good, Bad, and The ugly. Henry Fonda playing a bad guy was a treat and Charles Bronson was great as well.