Comizi D'Amore

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Released 1964

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Director:
Pier Paolo Pasolini
Released:
1964
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Comizi D'Amore, or Love Meetings in English, is a 1965 documentary by the renowned Italian director, writer, philosopher, poet and actor Pier Paolo Pasolini. In this intriguing examination of morals in post-war Italy, Pasolini travels the country, visiting big cities, small villages and rural areas, interviewing people of all ages and walks of life. The film-maker asks probing and often taboo questions on sex, equality, homosexuality, marriage, divorce and more. Pasolini asks children if they know where babies come from; he asks young people about the importance of chastity and the elderly about such issues as gay rights and the legality of brothels. Married couples discuss the ethics of divorce, and single people ruminate about the importance of family and children. Narrated by Lello Bersani and produced by Arco Film, this important documentary exposes an Italy whose moral attitudes are strongly divided by geography and by class, and informed by strong religious convictions.

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Foreign Language, kenya africa