Synopses & Reviews
"... a keen and brilliant critical account of Pasolini's films and writings..." --Italica
"Rohdie's personal, idiosyncratic critical style is backed up by serious scholarly research, as the rich bibliography attests. This is one of the most original recent additions to the ever-growing literature on Pasolini." --Choice
"... refreshingly personal and full of unpredictable tangents."--Film Quarterly
Sam Rohdie has written a personal, wonderfully lucid account of Pier Paolo Pasolini's cinema and literature.
Filmography: p. 205-209. Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-228) and index.
About the Author
SAM ROHDIE teaches film studies at Baptist College, Hong Kong. He is a past editor of Screen and the author of Antonioni and Rocco and His Brothers (BFI Film Classics).
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Pasolini Fragments
Chapter 2 India
Chapter 3 And Africa?
Chapter 4 Revolution
Chapter 5 Gennariello
Chapter 6 Writing
Chapter 7 Marilyn