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Pasolini's reworking of Sophocles's Oedipus Rex, which moves from its historical setting into pre-war Italy. The story opens with a young couple to whom a baby boy is born; the father becomes jealous of his young son and, cutting the action back to the myth, takes the baby to the desert to kill him.
Visually stunning, and with Pasolini himself making an appearance as the High Priest, there are definite moments where the film does succeed, but it's a rather piecemeal and sometimes dull affair.
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