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Pasolini's La ricotta ("Curd Cheese") tells the story of filming a movie about the crucifixion of Jesus Christ at a slightly hilly waste ground near a residential area. The main character is a simple man playing a bit part - one of the two men who were crucified with Christ, in particular the one who asks Christ to take him in heaven. After giving his own rations to his wife and children, he finds himself hungry. Disguised in women's clothing and a wig he sneaks some more rations. Before he can eat it however he has to film his scene and so hides it. When he gets back however, he discovers that the dog belonging to the films star has found his hiding place. Subsequent to this he sells a dog to a reporter and buys enough curd cheese and bread to feed himself. At the end, he dies from gastric congestion on the cross while filming.
When the film director (Orson Welles) is interviewed by a reporter, he calls the reporter a middle man and conformist, telling him that if he should die right now, it would be a nice plot development. He then reads to the reporter from Pasolini's book titled "Mamma Roma".
La Ricotta est le troisième volet du film à sketch Rogopag (film à sketches franco-italien sorti en 1963).
La Ricotta provoqua la mise sous séquestre du film par la censure italienne pour «offense à la religion d'état». Le film fut alors exploité en Italie sans le sketch de Pasolini, sous le titre : Laviamoci il cervello (Lavons-nous le cerveau).
Le titre du film Rogopag est constitué des premières lettres de ses quatre réalisateurs : Rossellini, Godard, Pasolini et Gregoretti. Il est aussi connu sous les graphies RoGoPaG, Ro.Go.Pa.G. ou Ro.Go.PaG
Les quatre sketches du film sont :