This article was translated by Google and R.E.
In 1966, Pier Paolo Pasolini premiered an interview with one film critic. He writes to the critic, but the conversation never goes away. Pasolini put the text aside. He himself goes away in 1975. The friend and author Enzo Siciliano finds the text, works with him and publishes it as a long poem.
The poem revolves around politics, art, love, death – and the mountains. It opens with the establishment of their own – "I am one" – before it introduces them around: the father,. . .
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