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Eva Braun takes inspiration from the actual sex scandals in the Italian Parliament and the 120 Days of Sodoma by Marquis De Sade. This mix create a grotesque journey through power, sex and will of people who does everything to be successful. Pier is a powerful and important Mogul who keeps the power in his country. Elegant, ironical and well educated, he has a bizarre sexual instinct which is satisfied by her mistress, Romy, who collect people, men and women (musicians, directors, writers and businessmen) which agree to satisfy his weird fantasies for getting his help to the way to success. Like a Decameron, a group of people in a house meet their pride and greed for power and sex. Written by
The synopsis for this movie was interesting, in that it is (purportedly) based on the Marquis De Sade's "120 Days of Sodom" (which I haven't read) and Italian politics. It also seemed to have parallels with Pier Paulo Pasolini's "Salo - 120 Days of Sodom". I haven't seen Salo, but it is one of the most controversial movies ever made (and by many accounts one of the most offensive movies ever made).
So, could be interesting from a movie history perspective, and a literature perspective.
However, it is a total waste of time. Plot is random, at best, and incredibly pretentious. There is no point at all - it's just barely-connected scenes.
If there is any link to the book or movie there is the fact that the one character is named Pier and he is a rather eccentric, creepy film-maker. So it could be some sort of abstract Pasolini biopic, set in 2014. But that would be giving the writer and director of this movie far too much credit...
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