La Rabbia di Pasolini
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La Rabbia di Pasolini
With his 1963 Rabbia (Rage), Pier Paolo Pasolini sought to construct an essay film out of found footage, that would enable him to impose his extreme Marxist ideological framework on some seminal events of the 20th century, thus telling history "his way." Using clips of such subjects as the Congo in the early 60s, atomic blasts from 1956, a celebrity visit by Sophia Loren to an eel festival, and exploitation of workers at a Fiat plant - accompanied by a prose poem, authored by Pasolini and then read by him on the soundtrack - Pasolini speaks out against bigotry, intolerance,… More