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with Roberto Cavallini (I/UK)
A discussion event focusing on Pasolini’s “La Rabbia” (Rage) and the concept of anger in the work of the director and poet. Rage was tightly interwoven with Pasolini’s understanding of memory, language, time, action and revolution. The event places the film in relationship to Pasolini’s writings on cinema and invites reflection on upheaval.
21:00 h Film
La Rabbia (Rage)
D: Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy 1963, 53 min, German subtitles
This documentary film, compiled mostly from newsreels, is at once a poetic stream of images: flight, destitution, agony and murder, set between racism, anti-colonial fury and hunger. “La Rabbia” (Rage) charges: “Why is our life dominated by discontent, by anguish, by the fear of war, by war?”