Not Rated | | Drama, War
Four fascist libertines round up nine adolescent boys and girls and subject them to one hundred and twenty days of physical, mental and sexual torture.
The notorious scene where a young woman is forced to eat excrement was intended by Pier Paolo Pasolini as a metaphor for consumer capitalism and the rise of the junk food culture.
The Magistrate: Mr. President.
The President: My lord.
The Bishop: All's good if it's excessive.
In the beginning of the film a 1948 Fiat 500 B can be seen.
Italian, French, German
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