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A very loose adaptation of the Marquis DeSade's 120 Days of Sodomas transformed to film by Pier Paolo Pasolini, and perhaps the most disturbing and disgusting film ever made. It is also one of the most important due to it's blistering critique of fascism and idealism. 112 mins
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CastCaterina Boratto
DirectorPier Paolo Pasolini
Genre:  Foreign
Release Date:  8/12/1998
Screen WriterPier Paolo Pasolini
Runtime:  112 mins
Studio:  Criterion
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**** out of ****     Some films make you happy, some make you sad; quite a few leave you sappy, others leave you glad. Film is a visual medium meant to entertain. I'd say it's filled with artists, but nowadays, that cannot quite be said. An artist of cinema, in my opinion, is a man or woman who challenges our perception of the medium. They make a film that really, really aims to puzzle us with either its complexity or its content. Sure, at times, a filmmaker can come off as over-indulgent …
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