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||IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 from votes
||Release: 25 September 2014 (Italy) /
||Genre: Biography, Drama
||Stars: Adamo Dionisi, Adriana Asti, Andrea Bosca, Chiara Caselli, Fabrizio Gifuni, Giada Colagrande, Luca Lionello, Maria de Medeiros, Momo Casablanca, Ninetto Davoli, Riccardo Scamarcio, Roberto Zibetti, Tatiana Luter, Valerio Mastandrea, Willem Dafoe
||Synopsis: A kaleidoscopic look at the last day of Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini in 1975.
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"To scandalize is a right to be scandalized is a pleasure" -Pier Paolo
Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival #4
Pasolini was undeniably one the Festival's highlights, I considered it
a must see and so did many because the theater was packed. Not only we
were going to see the picture but we were also have the opportunity of
hearing Maria de Medeiros (who's in the picture) reading some of Pier
Paolo's poems and then after words of having a talk with Abel Ferrara.
I was pretty excited, but I really just hoped for a decent movie.
Pasolini is Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini and it stars Willem Dafoe,
Maria de Medeiros, Riccardo Scamarcio, Giada Colagrande, Adriana Asti
and Tatiana Luter.
To be sincere I left disappointed, I mean this is just not a good
movie. Still though I'm glad I saw it and I'm glad I had this
experience, it was worth it even if just to see Abel Ferrara. I'm a fan
of the man, I have seen very little of his filmography but he certainly
made an impression on me and on the rest of the audience that stayed.
The highlight was the interview bit, Ferrara was a bit off the hook,
very loose, feeling at home, cursing and being super sarcastic and
honest at the same time. It's sad but yeah, I think Ferrara himself had
more energy and life than the picture. Even sadder because you could
see that Ferrera was an admirer of Pier Paolo's work.
In Pasolini we follow the last few hours of Pier Paolo's life, as we
follow him through his lunch with his family, through an interview,
through his memories and ultimately his death. This kind of narrative
can work, this idea has definitely worked out in the past but it
doesn't here. It's incredible to see how the film lost focus and
control of it's narrative, even though it was only 80 minutes long and
even though the concept is so simple. I felt lost and emotionally
unmoved by it all. Sequences like the "film sequence" of the picture
are scenes that ruined the movie.
I was actually extremely surprised to see how little Pasolini (Willem
Dafoe) there actually was in the picture, it was almost as though he's
a supporting character in his own picture. It's as though there is no
lead actor. Some people say that that was a good thing, that less is
more and I agree to some extent, I admire the unsentimentally with
which the story is told but that ultimately led into becoming a cold
picture. Pasolini, a man whose life was so fascinating since he was
revolutionary figure with his ideas and his approach to art plus the
controversy and talk that he brought with him. I wanted to take a look
into the man's thoughts, ideas, I wanted insight, I guess that was what
I was looking for and that I did not get.
Before seeing the film, I was so excited to see Willem Dafoe
impersonating Pier Paolo, in the end though, we don't even see that
much from him. When he's on screen he's able to capture something true
and he grabs the screen, however his performance is far from memorable
which is disappointing. There's not enough of him. Dafoe is good while
on screen and one example is the interview scene, which is the
highlight of the picture. The mood and tension are palpable and Dafoe
The audience and I were left disappointed, as I could hear whispers
saying "I didn't like it". Many immediately left the theater and didn't
wait for the highlight which was Ferrara's presence. He was more
entertaining and had more life than the film itself. A film that feels
awfully pale, with little to say. It's a little bit of a mess, from
underdeveloped characters and plot, to bad narrative construction
choices. Dafoe's performance and Ferrara's love for the picture were
not enough to save the film.
Tags for Pasolini Full Movie
, Adriana Asti
, Andrea Bosca
, Chiara Caselli
, Fabrizio Gifuni
, Giada Colagrande
, Luca Lionello
, Maria de Medeiros
, Momo Casablanca
, Ninetto Davoli
, Riccardo Scamarcio
, Roberto Zibetti
, Tatiana Luter
, Valerio Mastandrea
, Willem Dafoe
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