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In the late sixties and early seventies, European political cinema showed great interest in the topic of consumption, either in films about the bourgeoisie or in stories on anthropophagy. In movies by Marco Ferreri, Liliana Cavani and Jean-Luc Godard, ingestion was used both as a metaphor for consumer society and as a concept to help the spectator rethink his relation with the film. Pier Paolo Pasolini was a central figure in this context, and his film Porcile/Pigsty (1969) played a key role indoi:10.1093/screen/hjx014 fatcat:f6jghlebljh6japl7yuwtfzsgu