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Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Mamma Roma opens with a wedding – a dinner scene reminiscent of Jesus’ last supper and drawing on the iconic images of Renaissance art with a twist of the grotesque. Replacing the somber, thoughtful, and debating disciples presented by Da Vinci, we have a collection of vulgar country people, mischievous children, and the brazen Mamma Roma. The dialogue and interactions are crass but have a certain air of spiritual wellbeing that is lost once Mamma Roma abandons poverty for the middle-class life. This almost perverse religious interpretation is not meant to be disparaging or disrespectful, but to suggest the inherent contradiction Catholicism has in its own understanding of itself. While religion often hinges beauty and purity, Pasolini suggests that the spiritual beauty of humanity often emerges from vulgarity and contradiction. This is a film about sex, economics, God, and how all these things are rippling with chaos.
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Plantains/ Noctàmbulos - Split
Two bands, two countries, two limited edition colour vinyl via Stolen Body records.
TracklistPlantains, from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Garage psych
- Northern Blood
- Fruit Basket
- On The Fence
- Beach Blonde
- Love BirdOs Noctàmbulos, from Paris, France. Garage surf
- Song For Oliver
- Hand In Hand (with the devil)
- Lizard In A Women’s Skin
- One Mistake
- You Make Me Mad