Monday, February 21, 2011


Accattone-1961, starring a bunch of Italian people
Maltin says- Pasolini's first film is a vivid, unsentimental look at the desperate (and depressing) existence of pimps and thieves living in the slums of Rome.  Bernardo Bertolucci was one of the assistant directors.  Released in the U.S. in 1968.  3 stars.

I say- If the Ac section continues as such, kill me now.  This was unwatchable.  Not a huge amount of plot, more a portrait picture, however, the sound is terrible and the subtitles are not vividly seen, they tend to be hard to read.  BOMB

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