How would Pier Paolo Pasolini see our contemporary world, in which money is responsible for ever more appalling inequality? What is our current situation, in fact, in terms of revolt, of revolution? With the philosopher Guillaume Le Blanc, Catherine Marnas brings out the resonance of the words and thought of the Italian poet and film-director, his brother-in-arms and his “Jiminy Cricket”. A visionary and vital outlook, with a benevolence that is lacking in this era of mass cynicism.
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texts Pier Paolo Pasolini and Guillaume Le Blanc / staging by Catherine Marnas / actors Julien Duval, Franck Manzoni, Olivier Pauls, Yacine Sif El Islam, Bénédicte Simon / staging assistant Odille Lauria / scenography Carlos Calvo / sound Madame Miniature assisted by Jean-Christophe Chiron / lightings Michel Theuil assisted by Clarisse Bernez-Cambot Labarta / costumes conception and creation Edith Traverso assisted by Kam Derbali / set management Cyril Muller / setting design Théâtre national de Bordeaux en Aquitaine