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About Pasolini
Pasolini
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Films:

LE NOTTI DI CABIRIA, 1957 - NIGHTS OF CABIRIA (co.sc., uncredited, dir. by Federico Fellini)
ACCATTONE, 1961 - Pummi
MAMMA ROMA, 1962 - Mamma Roma
ROGOPAG, 1963 (with Rosselini, Godard, and Gregoretti, the episode 'La Ricotta')
LA RABBIA, 1963
COMIZI D'AMORE, SOPRALLUOGHI IN PALESTINA (1964)
IL VANGELO SECONDO MATTEO, 1964 - THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW - Matteuksen evankeliumi
LE STREGHE, 1966 - THE WITCHES (ep. LA TERRA VISTA DALLA LUNA)
UCCELANI ET UCCELINI, 1966 - HAWKS AND SPARROWS - Haukat ja varpuset
EDIPO RE, 1967 - OIDIPUS REX
TEOREMA, 1968 - THEOREM - Teorema
CAPRICCIO ALL'ITALIANA, 1968 (ep. CHE COSA SONO LE NUVOLE?)
AMORE E RABBIA, 1968 (ep. LA SEQUENZA DEL FIORE DI CARTA)
PORCILE, 1969 - PIGSTRY - Sikol?tti
MEDEA, 1970
IL DECAMERON, 1971 - THE DECAMERON - Decamerone
RACCONTI DE CANTERBURY, 1972 - THE CANTERBURY TALES - Canterburyn tarinoita
12 DICEMBRE, 1972
LE MURA DI SANA'A (1973)
IL FIORE DELLE MILLE E UNA NOTTE, 1974 - ARABIAN NIGHTS - Tuhat ja yksi y?t?
SALò O LE CENTOVENTI GIORNATE DI SODOMA, 1975 - SALO OR THE 120 DAYS OF SODOM, based on Marquis de Sade's novel

Above:The book about Pasoli published by China

 

Biography for Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pier Paolo Pasolini achieved fame and notoriety long before he entered the film industry - a published poet at 19, he had already written numerous novels and essays before his first screenplay in 1954. His first film Accattone (1961) was based on his own novel, and its violent depiction of the life of a pimp in the slums of Rome caused a sensation. He was arrested in 1962 when his contribution to the portmanteau film Ro.Go.Pa.G. (1963) was considered blasphemous, and given a suspended sentence. It might have been expected that his next film, Vangelo secondo Matteo, Il (1964) (The Gospel According to St.Matthew), which presented the Biblical story in a totally realistic, stripped-down style, would cause a similar fuss, but in fact it was rapturously acclaimed as one of the few honest portrayals of Christ on screen (its original Italian title pointedly omitted the Saint in St. Matthew). Pasolini's film career would then alternate distinctly personal (and often scandalously erotic adaptations of classic literary texts) Edipo re (1967/I) (Oedipus Rex), Decameron, Il (1971), Racconti di Canterbury, I (1972) (The Canterbury Tales), Fiore delle mille e una notte, Il (1974) (Arabian Nights) with his own more personal projects, expressing his controversial views on Marxism, atheism, fascism and homosexuality, notably Teorema (1968) (Theorem), Pigsty and the notorious Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma (1976) (Salo, or The 120 Days of Sodom), a relentlessly grim fusion of Mussolini's Fascist Italy with the Marquis de Sade which was banned in Italy (and many other countries) for several years. Pasolini was murdered in still-mysterious circumstances shortly after completing the film.

An E-mail from Italian friend Angela
We have received an E-mail from an Italian friend Angela on April 5,2007:
Wonderful site!!
I write from Italy and my site is www.pasolini.net
Thanks for your fine pages on Morricone and Pasolini!
Complimenti e auguri.
The E-mail address of Angela and his web site is angela.molteni@fastwebnet.it

We have visited the web site, this is a professional web site about Pasolini, its content is very abundance, it has 6 kinds of letters: Italy, English, French, German, Czech and Brazil. You can enter from here so that to select letter, I believe that you will get much results about Pasolini there. ( You also can enter a few cut images got by us from the web site for convenient browse some web pages: 01 Main page, 02 Select letters, 03 English page)

Wish Angela and his site every success in future!

Our web site also have some pages about Pasolini, but they only are Chinese, If you are interested it, you can enter here to see it.
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Tales Canterbury / I Racconti di Canterbury (1971)
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Pasolini Tales Canterbury / I Racconti di Canterbury (1971)
Tales Canterbury / I Racconti di Canterbury (1971)
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Overview

Director:Pier Paolo Pasolini

Writers:Geoffrey Chaucer (novel)
Pier Paolo Pasolini (writer)

Release Date:30 May 1980 (USA) more
Genre:Drama / Comedy / Romance more
Plot Synopsis:This plot synopsis is empty. Add a synopsis
Plot Keywords:Italian Sex Comedy / Burned Alive / Hell / Duck / Male Full Frontal Nudity more
Awards:1 win more

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Also Known As:Contes de Canterbury, Les (France)
The Canterbury Tales (USA)
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Runtime:France:118 min / West Germany:122 min (Berlin Film Festival) (premiere) / USA:109 min (cut) / Italy:112 min / Argentina:112 min
Country:Italy / France
Language:Italian / English
Color:Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:1.75 : 1 more
Sound Mix:Mono

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A brief and Review
Review-1: Pasolini wrote, directed and stars in this richly textured epic based on eight tales by 14th-century Italian writer Giovanni Boccaccio. Pasolini weaves the stories together into a bawdy tapestry of a medieval Italy populated by artists, priests and magicians. Appearing in the role of the great pre-Renaissance painter Giotto, Pasolini guides the viewer through a cinematic landscape ripe with sensuality and irreverent humor.. First in Pasolini's "Trilogy of Life," which also includes THE ARABIAN NIGHTS and THE CANTERBURY TALES. Originally rated X by the Motion Picture Association of America.(More)

 

A Canterbury Tale

1944 - UK - Road Movie/Buddy Film

PLOT DESCRIPTION

Set not in the 14th century milieu of Geoffrey Chaucer but in wartime Britain, A Canterbury Tale begins with rural justice of the peace Eric Portman adopting a "lock up your daughters" policy when the American soldiers are stationed nearby. To escape the arbitrary edicts of Portman, British tank sergeant Dennis Price, American GI John Sweet and shopkeeper Sheila Sim head down the road to Canterbury. Each of the principals finds their lives changed by the journey. In particular, Sweet (a real-life American sergeant, rather than the usual stereotyped "yank" common to British war films) encounters genuine romance. A product of the always adventuresome "Archers" (Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger), A Canterbury Tale contains some extremely creative cinematic moments, though it is the quieter scenes which work best. Esmond Knight narrates the film and shows up in a couple of amusing cameos. A ubiquitous presence on American TV, Canterbury Tale is available in two versions; the American release version, cut from 124 to 95 minutes and including several arbitrary scenes with Kim Hunter, is the lesser of the two. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide (more)

 

The movie file: 213M, 310K RMVB format, 94 minutes, Italian dub and Chinese subtitle.

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LES MILLE ET UNE NUITS ( ARABIAN NIGHTS,1974)
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 Pasolini LES MILLE ET UNE NUITS ( ARABIAN NIGHTS,1974)
Pasolini LES MILLE ET UNE NUITS ( ARABIAN NIGHTS,1974)
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Overview

Director:Pier Paolo Pasolini

Writers:Pier Paolo Pasolini (writer)
Dacia Maraini (script collaboration)

Release Date:20 June 1974 (Italy) more
Genre:Adventure / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Romance more
Tagline:Pier Paolo Pasolini's Tales of the Arabian Nights
Plot Summary:In this film inspired by the ancient erotic and mysterious tales of the Middle East, the main story... more
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Plot Keywords:Love / Arabian Nights / Knife / Explicit Sex / Kiss more
Awards:1 win & 1 nomination more

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Also Known As:A Thousand and One Nights
Arabian Nights (USA)
Flower of the Arabian Nights (International: English title)
Mille et une nuits, Les (France)
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Runtime:USA:130 min / France:155 min (Cannes Film Festival) (premiere) / Italy:129 min
Country:Italy / France
Language:Italian
Color:Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:1.85 : 1 more
Sound Mix:Mono

Synopsis

In this film inspired by the ancient erotic and mysterious tales of the Middle East, the main story concerns an innocent young man who comes to fall in love with a slave who selected him as her master. After his foolish error causes their separation, he travels in search of her. Various other travelers who recount their own tragic and romantic experiences include stories of a young man who becomes enraptured by a mysterious woman on his wedding day, and a man who is determined to free a woman from a demon. Written by scgary66 (See here)

 
A brief and Review
ARABIAN NIGHTS (Il Fiore delle mille e una notte) is a movie written and directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini in 1974. This picture won the Grand Prize of the jury of the 1974 Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for the Golden Palm.

Nur Er Din has just bought a beautiful young slave, Zumurrud, with whom he's fallen madly in love. On the next day, Zumurrud is kidnapped by a wealthy merchant. She manages to escape and, after having crossed the desert, is enthroned King of a city whose king has just died without leaving any children to succeed him.

Nur Er Din will spend the following months searching for Zumurrud. He will make the acquaintance of several characters who'll tell him their personal story. These stories are erotic tales from the Arab folklore dealing with homosexuality, voyeurism and all the pleasures sex can give.
--Daniel Staebler, Resident Arabian Nights Scholar (more)

Movie Review
by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat


Arabian Nights
Steve Barron Hallmark/Artisan 07/00 VHS Not Rated

In this phantasmagoric tale filled with dragons, thieves, genies, flying carpets, and practical jokes, Scheherezade (Mili Avital) marries the mad Sultan of Baghdad (Dougray Scott) who, having been betrayed by his first wife, is convinced all women are out to get him — unless he kills them first. He decides to marry and have each bride strangled the next morning. But having been tutored by a master storyteller (Alan Bates) in the marketplace, Scheherezade foils his plan by starting a bewitching new tale each evening so that he will spare her again and again to hear the endings.

This beautiful and clever daughter of the Sultan's vizier (Jim Carter) proves to be a very imaginative storyteller. Two of the most familiar are Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves and Aladdin and the Lamp. The moral of each tale is aimed at transforming the Sultan's heart, and sure enough there is a happy ending for the couple. Near the end, his villainous brother (James Frain) arrives outside Bagdad with an army. However, the Sultan has learned his lessons well and is able to creatively draw upon elements of all the stories in his conquest of the invading army.

Screenplay writer Peter Barnes has a marvelous time playing with the different genres of comedy, tragedy, magic, and romantic drama. The computer wizardry is dazzling, and the exotic sets, costumes, and music are all top drawer. Hats off to director Steve Barron for this spectacular 175-minute production! (More)

The movie file :269M, 350K RMVB format, 106 minutes, Italian dub and both Chinese and English subtitle

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