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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 Non Parlo de Salo
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'Pier Paolo Pasolini is credited with having the most radical and prophetic voice of the past century. He was murdered in Italy under suspicious circumstances in 1975. His final film Salo was an apocalyptic reworking of de Sade's The 120 days of Sodom, set in the dying moments of the fascist dictatorship in Italy. Banned and re-banned in Australia over the last 25 years, "Non Parlo di Salo" resurrects the murdered filmmaker in order for him to direct an argument about censorship, aesthetics and contemporary culture.' (Melbourne Workers' Theatre website,

Production Details

  • Produced at Melbourne Workers' Theatre in 2005.

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First known date: 2005
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    y separately published work icon Collection #6: 30 New Scripts From The Australian Script Centre Ozscript Collection #6 Hobart : Australian Script Centre , 2006 Z1422259 2006 anthology drama The Australian Script Centre promotes and distributes some of Australia's best performace writing to a variety of markets. This collection profiles the best scripts from the 2005-6 program. It includes major prize winners, critical and popular successes and yet to be produced gems. - Inside front cover Hobart : Australian Script Centre , 2006
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