Elio Petri, Italy, 1973, 92m
Sat 16 June // 11:00 / Outside
Celebrating 50 years since 1968, with the Radical Film Network (RFN), we present an experimental comedy from Italian cine-agitator Elio Petri.
A bank cashier, who's allergic to banknotes, quits his job after an armed robbery. He decides to start a new life, as a thief. Petri plays around with the famous Proudhon quote 'Property is theft' in a dark satire on ownership as a compulsion of the human condition.