The cult and shocking film by Pier Paolo Pasolini for the first time in full version & in high definition!
At the time of the fascist republic of Salò… In a large Italian castle, those in power go after a group of young people who are subjected to a series of increasingly humiliating, increasingly cruel, increasingly violent abuses. macabre…
Last film directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini, Salò or the 120 days of Sodom is undoubtedly one of the most controversial films in the history of cinema, alongside La Grande bouffe by Marco Ferreri and Voyeur by Michael Powell. Adapted from the writings of the Marquis de Sade, which Pasolini transposes to the heart of the fascist republic proclaimed by Mussolini, this shocking and sulphurous work pushes human cruelty to its climax in an icy and uncompromising staging. A masterpiece of Italian cinema, presented for the first time in its complete version!
SALÒ OR THE 120 DAYS OF SODOM (1975 – Colors – 112 mins)
SUPPLEMENTS * . SALÒ, FROM YESTERDAY TO TODAY (32 mins) A portrait of Pier Paolo Pasolini at work through archive images, set photos, interviews with the director at the time and testimonies from his close collaborators.
. CHILDREN OF SALÒ (20 mins) Interviews with four French filmmakers marked and influenced by Salò: Bertrand Bonello, Catherine Breillat, Claire Denis, Gaspard Noé.
. SALÒ, THE LAST FILM BY PIER PAOLO PASOLINI (10 mins) On a montage of unpublished photos, Pier Paolo Pasolini directs in a sometimes relaxed atmosphere the final scene of Salò.