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An acid satire on pseudo-religion La ricotta (1963), a 35-minute film by Pasolini about a director who sets out to make a film about the Passion of Jesus was banned by the Italian government. As we participate in the production of a typical Italian religious "epic", the cast, during a break, watches a strip by the actress who plays Mary Magdalene while a crucified Christ lies in the foreground. Stripper and Christ are themselves placed into a cross-like composition, forcing our glance to waver between one and the other. [Dec 2006]


Blasphemy is defamation of God or gods. Many cultures disapprove of speech or writing which defames the God or gods of their established religions, and these restrictions have the force of law in some countries. --http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blasphemy

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