Open Your Eyes! Trailer

Open Your Eyes! Trailer (2008)

29 September 2008 Factual 21 mins

Behind the scenes footage of Pasolini and crew filming 'Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma'.

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United Kingdom 29 September 2008

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