Male and female full frontal nudity throughout. Most of the nudity is in a sexual context.
Much of the dialogue is filled with sexual double-entendres.
There are several sex scenes filmed uncovered from either the side or behind. The sex generally has a clinical feel and is not lewd.
One brief scene includes oral sex shown from the back of the woman’s head.
A man fires a phallic-tipped arrow into a woman’s vagina.
An older man courts three young men and examines them when they get to his place.
Teenage characters in the film appear in full front and rear nudity. One scene features a man having sex with a teenage girl and another feature a man and a teenage boy getting into a bath together and later asleep in a bed.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


In the trilogy, this one is normal, not like the obscene and dirty of Canterbury Tales, nor the almost vicious banter of the Decameron. The film retains some warm parts of human nature and praises the love of the same sex and the opposite sex.

In the Decameron, Pasolini is the spectator of the prank (the apprentice of the great painter Giotto). After finally completing this colorful Italian style painting, he said: “but I wonder why we should create art when the dream is sweeter?”. In the Canterbury Tales, Pasolini is transformed into the deliberate maker of pranks (Chaucer), who occasionally gives ambiguous smiles in the film. The final subtitle: “the above stories are only for people to enjoy and entertain”. The challenge to the secular world and the subversion of ethics are wanton. “Thousand and one nights” adopts the omnipotent narrative perspective, “thousand layer cake” structure, and there are stories in the story.

The female slave sumalo was free to choose her master. She mocked the slave owner who tried to buy her, chose the poor boy Aladdin, taught him the joy of sex, and read him a story in the book: the king offered sacrifices to travel, the king’s poet brother found three young men looking for sexual joy, and the king bet with the queen to choose a beautiful young man and girl respectively, making them fall in love.

Aladdin didn’t follow sumalo’s advice. A blue eyed Christian kidnapped sumalo. Aladdin cried and went crazy looking. A middle-aged woman helped him find sumalo in order to get Aladdin, but she was robbed by robbers. Sumalo escaped by means of tricks and unexpectedly became a king. While looking for Aladdin, she avenged her kidnappers and robbers.

Aladdin was first taken away and played with by two nuns, and then hired by a woman to work. The woman read a story to Aladdin. Solomon Prince tayuso met a young man AZ when hunting. AZ told him about his emotional entanglement with three women. Finally, he found that true love was around, but it was irreparable. Tayuso found a princess’s Kampa beside AZ, so he gave up his prince status and went to pursue the princess together. The princess often dreamed that the female bird fell into the net and the male bird flew away alone. She hated the man who proposed. Tayuso bought out the gardener and hired two extraordinary workers to paint in the garden.

In fact, the two laborers are both princes. They tell their own stories: one was turned into an orangutan to save the princess kidnapped by the devil, and only recovered after the other Princess sacrificed her life to save her; Another went to sea under the will of God and destroyed the “copper Knight” who caused disaster at sea, but inadvertently killed innocent teenagers as sacrifices under the guidance of God. They all failed to live up to the people who loved them, so they chose penance.

Tayuso finally completed the reconstruction of the garden. When the princess saw the picture of flying together, the sadness in her heart went away, and they were happy. Aladdin also came to sumalo’s country under the guidance of the lion. Aladdin was surprised to see the king take off his clothes and become his own sumalo. They went through hardships and were finally happy.

The “trilogy of life” has an excellent description of medieval secular customs, but it also destroys a lot of beauty in my heart. The hypocrisy of religion and the sinister nature of human nature are bloody torn to pieces for you to see. Nuns rob a man, monks are expelled from the anus as a fart by Satan, wives have an affair in front of their husbands, but stupid husbands still enjoy it, usurers are respected as saints, and prostitutes pee on people’s heads… Lust is like a tide, religious constraints, morality and ethics can’t be stopped.

Pasolini put this evil flower to the extreme in “120 days of Sodom”, and he will also be remembered by future generations as the back of the coin.

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