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The Canterbury Tales

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Glimpses of Chaucer penning his famous work are sprinkled through this re-enactment of several of his stories. A host of passionate lovers unite for a glorious, sometimes unexpected journey through Chaucer's medieval England.
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Q Network Film Desk
the brash, arguably campy manner in which Pasolini transcribes Chaucer's medieval bawdiness to the screen, coupled with the film's various technical faults (particularly the lousy dubbed dialogue), tends to make the film a chore to watch.
January 04, 2013
Chicago Reader
If Pasolini had something more than grubby fantasy on his mind -- and presumably he did -- it isn't immediately apparent.
October 23, 2007
TV Guide
After the formidable commercial success of his bawdy Decameron, Pier Pasolini applied the same formula to Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales with somewhat less appealing results.
October 23, 2007