Accattone (UK-import) (Blu-ray + DVD)

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The debut feature of Italian filmmaker-novelist-poet-provocateur Pier Paolo Pasolini (Salò, or: The 120 Days of Sodom; The Gospel According to Matthew; The Decameron), Accattone rocked the cinema world with its depictions, at once raw and elegant, of the underside of Roman street life – and, in the process, seemed to announce a new direction for Italian films: a neo-neorealism.

On the mean streets of Rome, Accattone’s eponymous pimp (played by Franco Citti, one of a remarkable cast of local non-professionals) leads a hand-to-mouth existence on the very margins of society: prostituting, scrounging, exploiting. When his prize prostitute Maddalena is arrested and jailed, the pimp’s fortunes dwindle, and he is forced to confront his own existence.

The work of one of Italy’s foremost auteurs, Accattone combines a fascination with poverty, sexual mores, and the entrapments of society, with a sense of humanity and sanctity rarely seen in cinema. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Pasolini’s debut alongside his feature-length 1965 documentary Comizi d’amore [Love Meetings] in a special Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD edition.

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  • Pasolini’s 1965 feature-length documentary Comizi d’amore [Love Meetings], on the complementary theme of Italian attitudes towards sex, presented in its original aspect ratio of 1.66:1
  • Feature-length audio commentary on Accattone by critic Tony Rayns
  • 36-page booklet
Produksjonsår 1961 Utgitt 2012
Format Blu-ray + DVD Sone Sone B
Sjanger Drama Antall disker 2
Spilletid 1 timer 57 minutter Aldersgrense 11
Undertekster Engelsk Lydformater PCM 1.0 (Italiensk)
Bildeformater Fullscreen 4:3, Sort/Hvitt Regissør Pier Paolo Pasolini
Skuespillere Franca Pasut, Franco Citti Bestillingsnummer EKA70045
Serie Eureka, Masters Of Cinema