Previously at the ICA - Films
16 Sep 2015
Porcile (Pigsty) is a film composed from two separate stories, one interwoven against the other. The first episode tells the story of a middle-class family headed by a German fascist father whose son is devoured by the pigs he was used to sleeping with. The second story is about a young, hungry man wandering on a volcanic wasteland where he will eventually become cannibalistic. Porcile has been widely recognized as the film through which Pasolini deployed a fierce and detailed politico-philosophical statement through the moving image.
(Notes by ICA Film & Cinema Manager, Nico Marzano)
Special offer when booking all three screenings in the season:
Pigsty, dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini, Italy-France 1969, 98 mins, cert. 15
Pigsty will be screened from 35mm print
The ICA Cinema is now completely ad-free. Please note the feature will start following a selection of trailers and information relevant to the ICA programme. This film is rated 15.