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Ninetto Davoli

Born: October 11, 1948, San Pietro a Maida, Italy

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  Ninetto Davoli (born 11 October 1948 as Giovanni Davoli) is an Italian actor who became known through his roles in several of Pier Paolo Pasolini's films.Description above from the Wikipedia article  Ninetto Davoli, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Poster of Color of Woman

Color of Woman (2011)

TV Show

Two women at a cosmetics company compete for love and success. One uses her brain and diligence, while the other works her beauty and charm.New on 2016-12-15

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Poster of Casotto

Casotto (1977)

Comedy |
Italy |
| 106 Min

Summer Sunday at a small beach house at the coast of Rome. Many people and stories: womens basketball team, two sports-obsessed soldiers, two men with their girlfriends and the priest with a big secret, an elderly couple with their pregnant granddaughter, and engagemented couple wanting to have sex for the first time.

65 1977 106
Poster of Arabian Nights

Arabian Nights (1974)

Drama |
France |
Italy |
| 130 Min

The final part of Pasolinis Trilogy of Life series is rich with exotic tales of slaves and kings, potions, betrayals, demons and, most of all, love and lovemaking in all its myriad forms. Mysterious and liberating, this is an exquisitely dreamlike and adult interpretation of the original folk tales.

69 1974 130
Poster of Il Decameron

Il Decameron (1971)

Comedy |
Drama |
Germany |
France |
| 112 Min

An adaptation of nine stories from Bocaccios \Decameron\: A young Sicilian is swindled twice, but ends up rich; a man poses as a deaf-mute in a convent of curious nuns; a woman must hide her lover when her husband comes home early; a scoundrel fools a priest on his deathbed; three brothers take revenge on their sisters lover; a young girl sleeps on the roof to meet her boyfriend at night; a group of painters wait for inspiration; a crafty priest attempts to seduce his friends wife; and two friends make a pact to find out what happens after death. Pasolini is up to his old tricks satirizing the Church, and throwing in liberal doses of life and love

70 1971 112

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