Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pier Paolo Pasolini

A documentary on the life of the late filmmaker, released 20 years after his untimely murder.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:60 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   murder,   prison,  

Pier Paolo Pasolini was an Italian writer and filmmaker. In interview footage, Pasolini is seen explaining his filmmaking philosophy. While Pasolini's words are read in voice over, the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pier Paolo Pasolini torrent reviews

Eduardo R (au) wrote: A histria (C) interessante, mas o filme (C) muito brega

Michael H (us) wrote: Still waiting for the film to pick up its pace, just like its two leads.

Samuel J (gb) wrote: One of the best comedians I've had the honour to watch at work with some of his best material.

Gugan I (it) wrote: A very good family drama.. Loved every scene of it.

MarieBella C (ru) wrote: Vastly underrated this film is a true animated gem with fantastic breath taking animation and a utterly hilarious and dynamic voice cast!

James M (ca) wrote: I've not seen the original French movie (Les Fugitifs) that this is based on and can't understand the mauling the critics gave it. I personally found it hilarious, especially the opening robbery scene. Martin Short does his usual bumbling idiot and Nick Nolte plays the mean ol' disheveled bastard who beats him up a lot. I actually really liked Martin Short when this came out, off the back of Three Amigos and Innerspace, when he was quite funny. It's unfortunate his stock descended post-80's when he starred in duds like Father Of The Bride & Santa Clause III: The Escape Clause.

Michael R (ag) wrote: Bond is back, and he's better this time around. Connery is more comfortable in the role for his second go round. A superb film that is better than the previous chapter and that continues to lay solid foundations for the long running series.

Melissa K (es) wrote: Great movie. Would have given in five stars, but I didn't care for Brad Renfro's acting too much, in certain parts.

Bianca W (ru) wrote: This was filmed entirely in one apartment, and maybe the corridor.. Such a great cast, but disappointing, I expected more.

CJ C (au) wrote: "There are two worlds of magic. One is the glittering domain of the illusionist. The other is a secret place, where magic is a terrifying reality. Here, men have the power of demons. And Death itself is an illusion." This harmless little movie still creeps the heck out of me, esp the scenes where the cultists rid themselves of their families before they go back out into the desert..."while the blood runs warm in their veins." Kevin O'Connor was perfectly cast. I adore Clive Barker.

Seth Y (mx) wrote: Zombies meet indie mumblecore in this well-made film. It's an interesting hybrid, which sticks out in a horror genre that has become played out and quite stale. The main focus is the character development, allowing the undead element to almost take a back seat. I'm not complaining though, because it's anchored by some great acting that really works well. The Battery is not your over-the-top, typical zombie flick, but rather an excellent small-scale character piece.

Carla Nicole R (kr) wrote: Love it is such a cute new take on tink. its different of course because we see the tink she is before she meets Peter Pan so its cute to know what she is since she was "born"