Love Meetings (1964)

Pier Paolo Pasolini directs Lello Bersani, Alberto Moravia and Cesare Musatti in this documentary collating the vox pop interviews of the people of Italy on the subject of sex.

Not particularly mind blowing stuff but some of the members of the public have a nice energy about them. It does feel that Pasolini is often trying to categorise certain attitudes that don’t always come across in the actual opinions expressed. He makes a point of interviewing big groups in public, meaning a certain herd-like mentality dominates the interviews. But he is making another valid point by doing exactly that. Becomes overly repetitive.


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