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Pier Paolo Pasolini (March 5, 1922 – November 2, 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.
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|1||Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)||Director / Writer||5.3|
|2||Arabian Nights (1974)||Director / Writer||6|
|3||The Canterbury Tales (1972)||Director / Writer||3|
|4||The Canterbury Tales (1972)||Geoffrey Chaucer||3|
|5||The Decameron (1971)||Allievo di Giotto||6|
|6||The Decameron (1971)||Director / Writer||6|
|7||Medea (1969)||Director / Writer||5|
|8||Porcile (1969)||Director / Writer||6|
|9||Teorema (1968)||Director / Writer||3|
|10||The Gospel According to Matthew (1964)||Director / Writer||10|
|11||Ro.Go.Pa.G. (1963)||Director / Writer||-|
|12||Mamma Roma (1962)||Director / Writer||-|
|13||The Grim Reaper (1962)||Director / Writer||-|
|14||Accattone (1961)||Director / Writer||-|
|15||La Dolce Vita (1960)||Director / Writer||8.5|
|16||Nights of Cabiria (1957)||Director / Writer||7.5|