The year is 1975. Pier Paolo Pasolini, in his fifties, has just finished Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom, and is going through the most tumultuous period of his career. He is opposed by the public, film critics and the political elite. It is not only his shockingly open art, overt homosexuality and numerous personal excesses, but also his political activism. The biographical drama describes the Italian filmmaker's dramatic last days.
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