We are on the set of "Salò or the 120 days of Sodom". Pasolini lets a small camera team led by the journalist Gideon Bachmann follow him around engaging him in a long and extraordinary interview/conversation. The interview turns into a long, clear-sighted and violent attack on society that accompanies photos of the set in a surprising juxtaposition of film and reality, revealing Pasolini's metaphorical portrait of modernity.
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Pasolini was brutally murdered before the theatrical release of his film "Salò" and this interview is the only comment he ever made about it. See more
Pier Paolo Pasolini
Therefore, it it is a film not only about power, but about what I call "the anarchy of power". Nothing is more anarchic than power. Power does what it wants and what it wants is totally arbitrary or dictated by its economic reasons which escape common logic.
Prélude in C minor
Music by Frédéric Chopin See more