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Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
quite well made for being the most disturbing thing I have ever seen. Nightmare fuel
Anders Klingsheim over 5 years ago
What a sick movie. But very artsy! Firlm for a sadist. Well made, but sick.
Homer Triantafyllou over 6 years ago
Violent,raw,realistic this shit happens.If you dont find it disturbing you got some issues
Armin Kapetanović over 6 years ago
Last scene gave me shivers. Becuase of it, all the morbid scenes were worth of watching.
yasirhusam22 over 6 years ago
ys
Daniel Jones almost 7 years ago
Never ever again.
Sergio López Aguirre almost 7 years ago
OMFG
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Humberto Octavio over 4 years ago
Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma), commonly referred to as Salò, is a controversial 1975 Italian drama film written and directed by Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini with uncredited writing contributions by Pupi Avati. It is based on the book The 120 Days of Sodom by the Marquis de Sade. Because of its scenes depicting intensely graphic violence, sadism, and sexual depravity, the movie was extremely controversial upon its release, and remains banned in several countries to this day. It was Pasolini's last film; he was murdered shortly before Salò was released. The film focuses on four wealthy, corrupted fascist libertines after the fall of Benito Mussolini's Italy in 1944 who kidnap a total of eighteen teenage boys and girls and subject them to four months of extreme violence, sadism, sexual and mental torture. The film is noted for exploring the themes of political corruption, abuse of power, sadism, perversion, sexuality, and fascism. Although it...
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