"Live Free or Die" explores one of America’s most remote subcultures, following five people who have left the modern world behind to live in backwoods and swamps where they hunt their own food, build their own shelters, and survive only on what they can produce with their own two hands and sharp intuition.
The movie "120 days of Sodom" is the work of Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini shot written novels of the Marquis de Sade "Sodom one hundred twenty days or indulgence school," adapted from the movies. Pasolini original story the place from the 18th-century Swiss mountains Castle replaced by the 20th century, the end of World War II in northern Italy near collapse of the Salo Republic. The story of modern power and personal relationship, a metaphor of the consumer society. Paragraphs constitute the film borrows Dante's "Divine Comedy" is divided into "the gates of hell, the" metamorphosis hell "" manure Hell "and" blood hell chapters. The film is known as the first of the world's top ten banned film.