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Decamerotico

Il Decameron (The Decameron) is a 1971 film by Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini, based on the novel Decamerone by Giovanni Boccaccio. It's the first movie of Pasolini's Trilogy of life, the others being The Canterbury Tales and Il fiore delle mille e una notte.

The tales contain abundant nudity, sex, and slapstick humor in a nascent genre that would be dubbed decamerotico.

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