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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
  • 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
studio:
BFI
Run Time:
117 minutes
Director:
Pier Paolo Pasolini
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Paolo Bonacelli

Giorgio Cataldi

Umberto P Quintavalle
Theatrical Release Year:
2019
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B

Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom

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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
  • 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
studio:
BFI
Run Time:
117 minutes
Director:
Pier Paolo Pasolini
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Paolo Bonacelli

Giorgio Cataldi

Umberto P Quintavalle
Theatrical Release Year:
2019
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B
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