Hawks and Sparrows

Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini

A comic, Marxist allegory from Pasolini in which a wandering father and son discuss politics and philosophy and in a parallel fable represent disciples of St. Francis with a mission to convert the hawks and sparrows to Christian ideals of univeral brotherhood. The early Morricone score features rare sung opening credits.

88 minutes

Country of origin:

Year of production: