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  1. Tadzio Bonaparte's rating of the film Pasolini

  2. Cinema Omnivore's rating of the film Pasolini

    6.9/10, my review: https://wp.me/p1eXom-3bt

  3. BenNash's rating of the film Pasolini

    The single most intimate mediation on art and personal identity.

  4. Mx Nihil's rating of the film Pasolini

    "The few people that have changed history are not the sycophants or the cardinals' retinue, they're the people who said no. Refusal has always been a crucial gesture, but to be effective it has to be great, absolute, absurd. Common sense never stopped this situation."

  5. Bruno's rating of the film Pasolini

    this was a bit silly, ludicrous even, yet I remember it with some fondness; if anything it gave me the will to take a look at Pasolini's work

  6. Carlos Tejeda's rating of the film Pasolini

    Artículo (suplemento cultural "It's playtime"): https://lamiradadealbert.wordpress.com/2015/03/21/pasolini-abel-ferrara/

  7. smndvdcl's rating of the film Pasolini

    Ferrara, one of the mavericks of cinema, sets his ambitions high with a biopic of a cinematic giant. Like his back-catalogue, it is a remarkably variable effort which guarantees extended scrutiny.

  8. Luz Sabina's rating of the film Pasolini

    Muy marcado que su asesinato fue pasional...no lo creo

  9. Nelson Núñez's rating of the film Pasolini

    Evadiendo el esquema de los biopics tradicionales, Ferrara logra brindarnos un Pasolini cercano y admirable, lleno de ideas y combativo con el stablishment. A destacar la mesurada interpretación de Willem Dafoe.

  10. Brotherdeacon's rating of the film Pasolini

    It seemed to improve after the sun went down.

  11. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film Pasolini

  12. Graham Ball's rating of the film Pasolini

    Loved it! Mr Abel Ferrara is getting back on form folks. Always loved his work. Unpredictable and totally on the side of irreverence and unconformity, no one could approach the subject(s) Ferrara does. He is unique. Once again he has focused his uncomplicated style on an individual whose life and story was so controversial it literally killed him. I come away from the best of Ferrara''s work feeling educated. ☺

  13. Benji's rating of the film Pasolini

    Really couldn't get into it. Plus, there's something weird about Defoe. I can't put my finger on it, except I think he's make of plasticine.

  14. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Pasolini

  15. Raymond Likes Subtitles's rating of the film Pasolini

  16. ceknklsn's rating of the film Pasolini

  17. Mister No's rating of the film Pasolini

  18. ExperimentoFilm's rating of the film Pasolini

    Yes, though a film called PASOLINI ought to be an epic of at least 3 hours.

  19. lamouchequilouche's rating of the film Pasolini

    Marvellous performances by Willem Dafoe and Adriana Asti above all, yet a strangely detached and cold mise-en-scène characterise a very cerebral film that lacks substance and soul.

  20. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Pasolini

    on disturbing other people's dreams.

  21. Cosi's rating of the film Pasolini

  22. Joks's rating of the film Pasolini

    While hardly definitive, what emerges is a characteristically messy but aesthetically coherent take on the controversial artist that plays like a half forgotten dream transmitted via lamp light. It's a shame then that the lengthy, occasionally tedious, fictional dramatisations of Pasolini's written work almost ruin it. On the plus side, it's Ferrara's best work in years, along with Welcome To New York.

  23. neubau's rating of the film Pasolini

    A tribute, focusing on Pasolini's humanity, rather than his worldview (that you can find in his films). Ferrara manages to show the connection between loneliness and apparent philosophical despair of Pasolini, something which was a cover for his deep, almost naive humanism. I notice some vaguely homophobic dismissals of a film about a man who was gay bashed to death. Pasolinian irony of our ugly humanity on display.

  24. Aydin KhaliliK's rating of the film Pasolini

    Ferrara shows how Pasolini's assassination can be considered today: He was nothing but a gay artist.

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