Together with his advisor Don Carraro (an idealistic Don Quixote to his own pragmatic Sancho Panza), Pier Paolo Pasolini visited Israel and Palestine in the summer of 1963, expecting to find locations for his 'Gospel'. His narration, improvised over this documentary record of the trip, explains why he abandoned the idea. Plus 'The Walls of Sana’a' (1971/74, 14min), Pasolini’s plea to UNESCO to save the ancient Yemeni city from its ‘modernisation’.
- Pier Paolo Pasolini
- don Andrea Carraro, Pier Paolo Pasolini
- 55 min