The Decameron is a 1971 film by Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini, based on the novel Il Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio. It is the first movie of Pasolini's Trilogy of life, the others being The Canterbury Tales and Arabian Nights.
The film, shot in Neapolitan dialect at the behest of the director, offers a variety of episodes from the stories in Giovanni Boccaccio's book, and are linked through a pupil of the painter Giotto (played by Pasolini himself) who arrives in Naples to paint a mural.
|author||Pier Paolo Pasolini|
|award||Jury Grand Prix|
|director||Pier Paolo Pasolini|
|editor||Nino Baragli Tatiana Casini Morigi|
|keywords||deaf and dumb france giotto giovanni boccaccio hell holy man in hell lamporecchio morning naples one night other man paradise perugia sicily young man young woman|
|recordedAt||Centre-Val de Loire|