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Pa·so·li·ni

 (pä′sō-le′ne), Pier Paolo 1922-1975.
Italian writer and director whose films, including The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964) and The Decameron (1971), reflect on religion, class, and sexuality.
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Pasolini

(Italian pazoˈlini)
n
(Biography) Pier Paolo (pjɛr ˈpaːolo). 1922–75, Italian film director. His films include The Gospel according to St Matthew (1964), Oedipus Rex (1967), Theorem (1968), Pigsty (1969), and Decameron (1970)
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