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2.8
547 Ratings

Pasolini

Directed by Abel Ferrara
France, Italy, 2014
Biography, Drama

Synopsis

A look at the final days of Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini and the confusion surrounding his death in 1975.

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Pasolini Directed by Abel Ferrara
Pasolini certainly doesn’t resemble any other film by Abel Ferrara, but then again, it doesn’t resemble anything that the Italian director made. Written by Mauricio Braucci and based on an idea by Ferrara and Nicola Tranquillino, it’s a sort of free-wheeling assemblage of ideas about Pasolini.
May 10, 2019
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A love letter from one iconoclastic Italian Catholic artist to another, Abel Ferrara’s “Pasolini” stays far from the cliches of the Hollywood biopic, embracing a fragmented, intense, impressionistic approach.
May 10, 2019
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stylistically, it’s almost as if Ferrara has moved from being the great-grandson of F.W. Murnau to being the grandson of Vincente Minnelli—although one could argue, more precisely, that it isn’t really an auteur film at all. Yet as a portrait of the great and uncontainable Pier Paolo Pasolini, filtered through the last day of his life—a day focused on new creative work as well as various other activities, at home and on the street—it carries an undeniable conviction and emotional authenticity.
December 21, 2015
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