Accatone (1961)
A pimp living in the slums of Rome attempts to go straight. Out to own as part of Pier Paolo Pasolini Volume One box set.
Arabian Nights (1974)
A collection of stories that tell of love, desert lands, sex, death and magic.
The Canterbury Tales (1972)
Bawdy retelling of the medieval Chaucerian stories.
The Decameron (1971)
Ten different stories of 14th century Italy loosely interwoven.
Hawks And Sparrows (1966)
A road trip taking a serious look at Italy’s socio-economic plight. Out to own as part of box set.
Love Meetings (1964)
A survey of attitudes to sex and sexuality undertaken by Pasolini in 1963. Out to own as part of the Pier Pasolini Vol 1 box set.
Nowhere Special (2020)
John, a 35-year-old window cleaner, devotes his life to raising his young son Michael as a single dad, but after he's given only a few months to live, he tries to find the perfect set of adoptive parents.
Oedipus Rex (1967)
Pasolini's reworking of the tale of Oedipus. Out to own as part of the box set.
Pier Paolo Pasolini Volume Two (2007)
Collection of films by the Italian director, including Pigsty, Oedipus Rex and Hawks And Sparrows.
Pigsty (1969)
The story of a cannibal juxtaposed with the tale of two former Nazis turned businessmen. Out to own as part of the box set.
RoGoPaG (1962)
Portmanteau film in which four directors “limit themselves to recounting the joyous beginning of the end of the world”. Out to own as part of Pier Pasolini Volume One box set.
Still Life (2013)
A council worker looks for the next of kin of those found dead and alone.
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