directed by Carmelo Bene, 1972, 80 minSalomè is a forceful depiction of the possibility that the cinematographic vision may have run its course. With its editing verging on the subliminal and its use of refracting adhesive material, this film, which so appealed to De Chiric, his defender along with Turcato, Arbasino and Flaiano during the disorders that it stirred up at the Venice Film Festival, is a wager "on the colour light".
to tie with the exhibition "DNA. Il grande libro della vita da Mendel alla genomica"
16 February > 8 June 2017
Notes of Cinema History - Sixth edition
25 October > 30 May 2016
18 January - 12 March 2017
19 > 23 April 2017