This film is a tough watch. While its critique on fascist society is worth examining, some parts are difficult to stomach…
This is one of Gaspar Noe's favourite filmes, and it shows.
I don’t know what kind of person you’d have to be to want to make Salò, but it’s important, well made, and all too effective.
This is....... Not the usual film you would watch with your family.
The atrocities of a regime and a meditation on European fascism. Lascivious, repulsive and highly disturbing.
Unsettling but really deep, clever and satirical. Although Pasolini is not for everyone, especially this movie.
Disgusting and over the top, still finds time to comment on classism though.
One of those really disturbing, but really intriguing movies. Lots of nudity.
After watching this film, the phrase ‘Eat s*hit’ has a different meaning
An important film not just for what you see on the screen but the messege it send. Tread carefully and don't watch with a friend
Absolutely one of the hardest films you'll ever have to watch, proceed with caution.
Have a bowl of chocolate Ice Cream when watching!
Beware, this is not a movie for a birthday party. It is heavy and gore. Does the message justify its content though ? Judge it for yourself.
The most bleak, hopeless, and depressing film I’ve ever seen. Nothing about it is flashy. A political commentary surrounding slow torture.
One of the most unforgettable & impossible-to-rewatch films! Disturbing & haunting art-house trash-cinema from the diary of Marquis De Sade!
The most vile film I've ever seen. The adoration escapes me but the imagery will stick forever
Worth watching if you’re a film fanatic or completionist. Art is something not all of us will understand and I really don’t get this at all.
A remarkable example of the state of Italian art films in the 70's mixed with Pasolini's own communist views. Extremely political.
It’s a must watch for anyone interested in the history of film. Just be prepared for a lot of disturbing imagery.
Most overly grotesque film of all time. An assault on the senses but evokes a strong message about aristocrats.