2 Pasolini

    • Andrei Ujică
    • Germany
    • 2021
    • 11 min
    • European Premiere
    • Masters

    Pier Paolo Pasolini wanted to shoot his film about Jesus, Il vangelo secondo Matteo (1964), in the Holy Land itself. But during a trip to scout locations, it became clear that this would be impossible: the modern world had become visible in too many places. Andrei Ujica interweaves footage of this visit, in which Pasolini admires the desert landscape with his Vatican adviser Don Andrea Carraro, with excerpts from Il vangelo secondo Matteo.

    Ujica juxtaposes shots of an increasingly stormy sea with a quote from the film (which comes from the Gospel of Matthew), in which Jesus warns against the hypocrisy of the lawyers and the Pharisees. The music accompanying the closing credits, 2Pac Shakur's “Hit 'em Up,” adds a surprising layer of meaning to this 11-minute poetic commentary on Pasolini’s film.

    Credits

    • 11 min
    • color / black and white
    • DCP
    • Spoken languages: Italian
    • Subtitles in: English
    Director
    Andrei Ujică
    Production
    Hervé Chandès for Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain
    Editing
    Dana Bunescu, Karin Nowarra, Silke Wiedau
    Sound Design
    Dana Bunescu
    Screening copy
    Abis Studio

    IDFA history

    2021
    European Premiere
    Masters

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