Wilde Salomé (2011)
Pacino tells the story of how he came to do Oscar Wilde's Salomé, in documentary style. He travels to the Mojave desert ("dessert?"), to Ireland and the UK to let the viewer take knowledge of who Oscar Wilde was as a private person and as a writer. Pacino invites the viewer to his love for Wilde and the story of Salomé in particular. You see rehearsals, custome meetings and more behind the scenes material. Celebrities like Gore Vidal and Bono are featured shortly to give their vision on Oscar Wilde.- Written by Rob
Pacino takes us on a journey as he unravels and re-interprets Oscar Wilde's once banned and most controversial work SALOME, a scintillating tale of lust, greed and one woman's scorn. Pacino uses an uncanny mix of documentary, fiction and improvisation to get to the root of SALOMAYBE? SALOMAYBE? promises to be a profound vision of religion, politics, violence and sexuality from one of the greatest artists of our time.- Written by barry navidi
A tale of lust, greed and one woman's scorn.- Written by Anonymous
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