A strange collage of a complex character
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: Fimmaker, author, poet, leftist, shit-stirrer, and dedicated intellectual, Pier Paolo Pasolini was notorious in life and his premature end has been the subject of conjecture, conspiracy, even folklore. 
'70s throwback goes dark and deep.
In Out of the Furnace, a smouldering macho melodrama about last options and revenge from actor-turned-director Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart), heartland America is dying a slow wheezy death and its denizens don’t only know it, but feel every movement...