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FREE MoMA FILM - PIER PAOLO PASOLINI RETROSPECTIVE - The Decameron

  • Jan 4, 2013 · 3:45 PM
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Read the review of Pier Paolo Pasolini retrospective in the January issue of by clicking on the Artforum logo above.

MOMA proudly presents:
a Pier Paolo Pasolini Retrospe
ctive


The Decameron


1971. Italy. Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini. With Franco Citti, Ninetto Davoli, Silvana Mangano. “Taking 10 tales out of the 100 in Boccaccio’s Decameron, Pasolini has created one of the most beautiful, turbulent, and uproarious panoramas of early Renaissance life ever put on film. It is also one of the most obscene, if obscene defines something that is offensive to ordinary concepts of chastity, delicacy, and decency, although I’d hardly call the film offensive to morals” (Vincent Canby, The New York Times, December 9, 1971). In Italian; English subtitles. 111 min.

THIS FILM IS INTRODUCED BY:
Bilge Ebiri, film critic, New York Magazine


Because The Decameron is one of the most films Pasolini made, along with the fact that it is introduced by a well-known film critic, as well as the fact that it is FREE; it may SELL OUT despite of the fact that it is a mid-day screening. You may want to consider getting to the museum well in advanced, particularly if you are not planning on paying for the ticket and want to get a free ticket.

Those who are interested in discussing the film over dinner meet again in the lobby at the end of the film.

Dinner at:
Thai Grill (across the street)
37 West 54th Street
(212)[masked]

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Andreya and I will be waiting inside the theater lobby, on/near the benches by the windows.


Note that the entrance to the MoMA theater is NOT the main entrance. Walking west from Fifth Avenue, the entrance is recessed, and shows a MoMA sign in front it. Image shown above.

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  • Ester

    I really enjoyed watching the film. I was fascinated by how it portrayed that time period in history.

    January 5, 2013

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    Loved it, very creative and daring!

    January 5, 2013

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