Medea (1969)

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  1. llanes13

    llanes13 Guest



    Rating: 7.1/10
    Runtime: 107
    Language: Italian / German (external English subtitles)
    Country: Italy / France / West Germany
    Color: Eastmancolor

    Description: "Medea" stands as Pasolini's most bizarre exploration of Freudian themes through Marxist eyes: a retelling of Medea's story (elopement, marriage, desertion, revenge) as a mixture of social anthropology and ritual theatre, with every incident given both a 'magic' and a 'rational' reading. Its splendours crystallise in the casting of Callas as Medea, a virtual mime performance with her extraordinary mask of a face bespeaking extremes of emotion. But the real achievement is that Pasolini's visual discourse is every bit as eloquent as the verbal one he puts in the mouth of Terzieff's centaur.

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    Audio 1: Italian
    Audio 2: German
  2. El Safo

    El Safo Guest

    Tank you very much, muchacho!!!

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