Pier Paolo Pasolini: Poet and Provocateur
Italy, Morocco | 1967 | Pier Paolo Pasolini
Pasolini’s rendition of Sophocles’ tragedy (about a man who unknowingly marries his mother) straddles both 20th-century Italy and the ancient world. Franco Citti (Accattone), Silvana Mangano, Alida Valli, and Julian Beck star in this color rarity, which boasts stunning cinematography of the Moroccan desert.
104 min. Subtitles. Imported New 35mm Color Print!
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