Pier Paolo Pasolini Quotes

Top 20 wise famous quotes and sayings by Pier Paolo Pasolini

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Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: Death does determine life. Death does determine life.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: I think to scandalize is a right, to be scandalized is a pleasure, and those who refuse to be scandalized are moralists. I think to scandalize is a right, to be scandalized is a pleasure, and those who refuse to be scandalized are moralists.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: If I then discovered a cancer in myself and died, I'd consider it a victory of that reality of things. If I then discovered a cancer in myself and died, I'd consider it a victory of that reality of things.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: I am black with love/ neither boy nor nightingale/ perfectly whole as a flower/ I desire without impulse I am black with love/ neither boy nor nightingale/ perfectly whole as a flower/ I desire without impulse
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: my religion was but a fragrance. my religion was but a fragrance.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: The revolution is now just a sentiment. The revolution is now just a sentiment.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: For to a boy it can seemthat he shall never have what he alonehas never had. For to a boy it can seem
that he shall never have what he alone
has never had.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: The mark which has dominated all my work is this longing for life, this sense of exclusion, which doesn't lessen but augments this love of life. The mark which has dominated all my work is this longing for life, this sense of exclusion, which doesn't lessen but augments this love of life.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: Woe to him who doesn't know this Christian faith is bourgeois. Woe to him who doesn't know this Christian faith is bourgeois.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: Truth lies not only in a dream, but in many dreams. Truth lies not only in a dream, but in many dreams.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: Once life is finished it acquires a sense; up to that point it has not got a sense; its sense is suspended and therefore ambiguous. Once life is finished it acquires a sense; up to that point it has not got a sense; its sense is suspended and therefore ambiguous.
Pier Paolo Pasolini quotes: And dead an epoch of our existence, which in a world destined to humiliate us was moral light and resistance. And dead an epoch of our existence, which in a world destined to humiliate us was moral light and resistance.