The Hawks And Sparrows / Pigsty (UK-import) (BLU-RAY)
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Double bill of Italian comedy dramas directed by Pier Pablo Pasolini. Structured as a parable within a parable, "Hawks and Sparrows" (1966) follows Brother Totó (Totó) and his son Ninetto (Ninetto Davoli) as they wander the countryside around Rome accompanied by a talking crow (voice of Francesco Leonetti), who espouses Marxist philosophy. The crow goes on to tell them about the religious conversion of hawks and sparrows by two of St Francis' followers. "Pigsty" (1969) contains two parallel stories. One takes place at an undetermined point in the past and follows the inhuman rampage of a pair of cannibals. The second story follows a wealthy family of German industrialists. Herr Klotz (Alberto Lionello) has amassed a fortune but his son, Julian (Jean-Pierre Léaud), takes little interest in his father's business and the rivalries it entails. Neither does he appear to have much interest in his fiancée, Ida (Anne Wiazemsky) as he much prefers to lie down in the family's pigsty. His behaviour seems unfathomable, but is it really?
- Theatrical trailers for both films
- A booklet featuring essays on both films by Pasquale Iannone ...
- ... a 1969 interview by Oswald Stack with the director about Hawks and Sparrows; an English translation by Iannone of a 1974 interview with Pasolini discussing Totó; a 1969 note on Pigsty by Pasolini circulated at the Venice première; an extract from ...
- ... from a 1969 interview by Gian Piero Brunetta with Pasolini; and rare archival imagery
|Sone||Sone B - Import||Sjanger||Drama|
|Antall disker||1||Spilletid||3 timer 7 minutter|
|Lydformater||DTS HD (Engelsk)||Bildeformater||Widescreen 16:9 Anamorphic|
|Regissør||Pier Paolo Pasolini||Skuespillere||Femi Benussi, Jean-Pierre Leaud, Ninetto Davoli, Pierre Clementi, Totó|