(1922-1975) Italian motion-picture director and writer of poems, short stories, novels, and essays, best known for his controversial cinematic portrayals of individuals in conflict with mainstream society.
Biography and filmography.
Provides a portrait of the director.
In addition to reviews of his movies, there is also a biographical article.
The Italian director was renowned as a controversial poet, novelist and essayist before he even considered picking up a movie camera. In 1975, he was brutally killed. By Deborah Hochberg.
His films, his atheism, his fate and his road to self-destruction.
A 1969 interview with Pasolini, from Moviecrazed.
An encyclopedia entry.
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