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In the above interview Nick Green speaks with Luca Camianati about the influence of Pasolini in queer cinema.

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  1. Пазолини был убит не homoerotiku и политических причин своей книге «Нефть» и убил его нефти мафию – и дело было обставлены как синий разборки. Рукопись книги никогда не была опубликована, а таинственно исчез сразу после его убийства.

  2. Pasolini was killed not for homoerotiku and political reasons for his book "Oil" and killed his oil mafia – and the case was furnished like blue disassembly. The manuscript of the book was never published, as mysteriously disappeared immediately after his assassination.

  3. (EN ESPAÑOL) ME PÁRESE QUE ESTAS PE LICUAS DE ESTE SEÑOR SON MUY BUENAS YA QUE LE DA UN TOQUE MUY ERÓTICO, EL CUAL TENEMOS TODOS LOS SERES HUMANOS SENSIBLES AL SEXO, SALUDOS A LOS CINOFILOS DE BUEN CINE .

  4. PPP was actually a strong political activist, and above all, a great poet.  These days blood  exam  proofed dna was not  riferible to the alleged killer   http://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/2014/12/01/pier-paolo-pasolini-nuove-tracce-dna-sui-vestiti-rivelazioni-pelosi/1243896/

  5. It is actually not at all clear whether Pasolini was killed by a hustler who just wanted to stole his money and car. Some people claim he was killed for this reason. Piero Pelosi, the hustler Pasolini was with in his last night, was a 17 years old guy. He was arrested and imprisoned for more than 10 years. Initially, Pelosi confessed, but years later he claimed he was not alone that night, that there were three more people, that these three people actually killed Pasolini and then paid him to confess the homicide. Back then, Pasolini was writing a novel, "Petrolio", in which he was going to expose the illegal business of some Italian big names involved in a big circle of corruption. Some people claim he was killed for this reason. story is very intricate but, to tell the truth, as for today Pasolini's death is still a mystery.

  6. Why do you have to limit everything to queer studies? To me: Queer are a bunch of fairies parading on the streets with absolutely no contribution to society other than perpetrating an endless cycle of homosexual promiscuity that makes them feel important somehow. Belonging to a self appointed cult that has been criticized by more than one homosexual, but of course, if a heterosexual dared criticize queers, he'd be labeled a "homophobe". Pasolini, among other important characters in history that don't deserve the label "queer", are geniouses, writers, politicians, warriors, philosophers that happened to have been homosexuals, but are not determined by that fact. It's as if someone suddenly told you that Pasolini was actually straight, I bet you would immediately stop paying attention to him because "he's not queer".

  7. Es ist vollkommen flach Pasolini (wie hier in dem Bericht) nur auf den homoerotischen Aspekt zu reduzieren – er war im Grunde ein radikaler, vollkommen unbequemer Filmemacher, den man in keine Schublade pressen konnte, der besonders auch das kapitalistische Gesellschaftssystem von Grund auf kritisierte … ich könnte mir auch gut vorstellen, dass er das heutige vielfach an das bürgerliche Leben angepasste schwule Verhalten vehement aufs Korn genommen hätte …

  8. Thank you for placing this informative video in my Recommended For You section. I would have otherwise never even heard of this filmmaker. It sounds like some interesting stuff, and you are quite the looker yourself Mr. Nick Green for Daily Xtra.

  9. People can't pronounce his properly, and what is that queer film maker thing?
    He was an artistic cinematographer,
    His work wasn't only homoerotic film's.

  10. Monty Python's parody of Passolini was a better representation of Passolini's style than Passolini could've made himself.

  11. Pier Paolo Pasolini (Italian: [ˈpjɛr ˈpaolo pazoˈlini]; 5 March 1922 – 2 November 1975) was an Italian film director, poet, writer and intellectual. Pasolini distinguished himself as a poet, journalist, philosopher, linguist, novelist, playwright, filmmaker, newspaper and magazine columnist, actor, painter and political figure. He demonstrated a unique and extraordinary cultural versatility, becoming a highly controversial figure in the process. While his work remains controversial to this day, in the years since his death Pasolini has come to be valued by many as a visionary thinker and a major figure in Italian literature and art. American literary critic Harold Bloom considers Pasolini to be a major European poet and important in 20th-century poetry, including his works in his collection of the Western canon.
    Where does it say "child rapist" cherubicnerb

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