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Pier Paolo Pasolini, Accattone (AKA The Scrounger), 1961

Pasolini: Poetry & Politics: Accattone

12 Sep 2015

Accattone (played by regular-to-be, Franco Citti) is a layabout-pimp from the Roman underclass who lives off a prostitute until she ends up in jail. It’s a story set among the society’s sub-proletariat, where good and bad, honest and dishonest, it is always one. The first and perhaps the best of Pasolini films, where the filmmaker transferred the ethical, formal and political tension of his novels into a film for the very first time.

(Notes by ICA Film & Cinema Manager, Nico Marzano)

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Accattone (AKA The Scrounger, 1961), dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy 1961, 117min, cert. 15

Accattone will be screened from 35mm print

The ICA Cinema is now completely ad-free. Please note the feature will start following a selection of trailers and information relevant to the ICA programme. This film is rated 15.

With thanks to the Italian Cultural Institute London and Istituto Luce Cinecitta for supporting these events

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