With that in mind, I recently watched 's 1975 celluloid vomit, Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma / Salò, or 120 Days of Sodom – a horrid movie not because of its sadomasochism and every imaginable sexual perversion, but because it is a poorly directed, visually anomic, ineptly scripted, badly acted, poorly scored mess that lacks humor, depth, and any iota of quality.
As a critic of conscience, I supposed I owe you a bit more on this hardened piece of coprolite-in-waiting. Salò is reputedly based upon the Marquis de Sade's book Les Cent vingt journées de Sodome / The 120 Days of Sodom, published over two centuries ago. De Sade, naturally, was the first of these talentless hacks who indulged in writings that, like Pasolini's film, is not even mediocre pornography.
FamilyVoice Australia, backed by two senators and the Australian Christian Lobby, has argued in the Federal Court that the Classification Review Board erred in its decision to overturn the previous ban on the DVD of the child abuse film, Salo –120 Days of Sodom.