Thursday, September 09, 2004

Men in Black vs. Men in Black

Pasolini's Salo is more suitable to little children than titles like E.T., Bicentennial Man or Men in Black.

At least this is the conclusion you could make from the latest public sermon given by Marin Barišić (Marin Barisic), Archibihsop of Split and Makarska. While addressing the issue of school violence he said:

There is some cause to that, there are some seductive nymphs and sirens to whom children and adults could hardly resist. Historical films filled with violence don't affect children that much. More harm is done by science fiction films because we are determined more by our future than by our past.

Monica Bellucci has slightly different opinion.


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