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Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

Caterina Boratto, Palolo Bonacelli, Giorgio Cataldi, Umberto Paolo Quintavalle, Aldo Valletti
Friedrich Nietzsche | Marquis de Sade
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One of the men: “Observing, as we do, with equal passion and apathy Guido and Vaccari...” (0:40)

One of the men tells Sergio, “Get busy, idiot.” (0:45)

The Magistrate: “And still my friends, if my memory doesn’t betray me... Baudelaire.”
The President: “Pardon, I must tell you that text is not Baudelaire, but Nietzsche...”
The Magistrate: “It’s not Baudelaire or Nietzsche.” (0:47)

Signora Maggi tells the others, “Used to such fixations, soon I had awful belly cramps.” (1:00)

Recalling her mother’s death, Renata cries. She begs the Duke, “Respect my grief.” (1:03)

Signora Maggi tells the others, “You know no more intoxicating dish exists.” (1:13)

Signora Maggi tells the others, “That cloud of disgust that comes to disturb the libertine’s spirit when the illusion fades.” (1:19)

The Duke, the President, and the Magistrate dress in women’s clothes. The Magistrate: “Go on, idiots!” (1:27)

Signora Catelli tells the others, “Surely our man knew not only Nietzsche...” (1:44)

The pianist jumps from a window to her death. (1:49)