">Name: "Salo-120 Days of Sodom" siezed by New Zealand customs
Artist: Pier Paolo Pasolini|
Confronting Bodies: New Zealand's Office of Film and Literature Classification
Date of Action: March 1997
Specific Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Description of Artwork: "Salo," also known as "120 Days of Sodom," is a film about religious and government officials who indulge in vivid baccanalian rituals, such as sundry sexual fetishes and genital mutilation, with their constituencies following the allied invasion of fascist Italy during World War II.
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