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Salo (1975) (2 Blu-ray)

Sodoman 120 päivää / Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma

Ohjaus Pier Paolo Pasolini

Pääosissa Paolo Bonacelli, Giorgio Cataldi, Umberto Paolo Quintavalle

Tekstitys Englanti

2 Blu-ray julkaisu.

Restauroitu ja leikkaamaton julkaisu sisältäen Italia ja Englanti leikkaukset.

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Salò (2-disc Blu-ray)

Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini

Banned, censored and reviled the world over since its release, Pasolini's final and most controversial masterpiece is presented here fully uncut and uncensored in a new restoration. The content and imagery of Salò is extreme: it remains the power to shock, repel and distress. But it remains a cinematic milestone: culturally significant, politically vital and visually stunning.

Based on a novel by the Marquis de Sade and taking as its setting the miniature fascist republic which Mussolini established in 1944 in Italy this is a film about power, corruption, and the degradation of the human body. It is a devastating, angry cry from one of the most controversial auteurs in cinema history.

Special features

Presented in High Definition

Includes both Italian-language and English-language versions

Newly recorded audio commentary by Kat Ellinger, author, film critic, columnist and editor-in-chief for Diabolique magazine

The End of Salò (2008, 40 mins): actors Antinisca Nemour and Paolo Bonacelli, screenwriter Pupi Avati, production designer Dante Ferretti, assistant director Fiorella Infascelli, assistant editor Ugo Maria De Rossi and others, discuss the film's production history and Pasolini's legacy and tragic death

Ostia-The Death of Pasolini by Coil the band's 1986 track with a new video accompaniment

Original Italian trailer

Open Your Eyes! (2008, 21 mins): Pasolini and his actors at work on the set of Salò

Walking with Pasolini (2008, 21 mins): documentary featuring Neil Bartlett, David Forgacs, Noam Chomsky and Craig Lapper

Whoever Says the Truth Shall Die (1981, 58 mins): the classic documentary on the life and death of Pasolini

Fade to Black (2001, 24 mins): documentary exploring the ongoing relevance and power of Pasolini's masterpiece

Ostia (1987, 26 mins): a short film about Pasolini starring Derek Jarman with optional director's commentary

***FIRST PRESSING ONLY*** booklet with introduction by Sam Rohdie, reviews, BBFC correspondence exploring the film's troubled history, stills and on-set photographs

Other extras TBC

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