Comizi d'amore (Love Meetings) (1965) - Rotten Tomatoes

Comizi d'amore (Love Meetings) (1965)





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Director Pier Paolo Pasolini interviews a variety of Italians and asks them questions about love, marriage, infidelity, prostitution and homosexuality. Psychologist Cesare Musatti and writer Alberto Moravia offer their thoughts on the subject in this Italian documentary with English subtitles.

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Critic Reviews for Comizi d'amore (Love Meetings)

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Merely interesting as a piece of investigative journalism.

May 9, 2013 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Comizi d'amore (Love Meetings)

This one was way out of my league, 1/2 star

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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I couldn't think of a better pre-Valentine day film to watch than Pier Paolo's venture into cineme verite. Italy, North and South, bourgeousie and worker, young and old, PP hears the voice of Italy in its confused, archaic, outmoded, sexist, unquestioned beliefs about sexuality. Discussion with the reigning intellegentsia are tellingly juxtaposed. Do these interviews represent the true Italy? PP asks Moravia. Yes and no, is the response. There is still a part of the Italian consciousness that does not speak of sexuality, yet what was revealed in the interviews was uninformed and beheld sexuality as almost sacrosanct. Concluding with the images of a marriage and its blessing is a hopeful promise for a more conscious future. This exploration remains relevant and undated.

Stefanie C
Stefanie C

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