#143 Matteo

Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma (1975)
“I was particularly struck by how it expresses the concept of beauty: this film has a very refined aesthetic, beautiful sets, as well as costumes, and I like how Pasolini tells, through beauty, something extremely rotten, like the nature of human being that always wants to prevail over others. There’s a thirst for power and prevarication in everyone, even in everyday life. I find it a unique film, I had never seen anything that went that far: it changed me, it forced me to do some considerations that haunted me for many days”


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