Definition of Pasolini, Pier Paolo in English:

Pasolini, Pier Paolo

Pronunciation: /ˌpasəˈlēnē//ˌpä-/

proper noun

  • (1922–75), Italian movie director and novelist. A Marxist, he drew on his experiences in the slums of Rome for his work, but became recognized for his controversial, bawdy literary adaptations, such as "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" (1964) and "The Canterbury Tales" (1972)

Pronunciation:

Pasolini, Pier Paolo

/ˌpasəˈlēnē//ˌpä-/