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What does PPP stand for?

PPP stands for Pier Paolo Pasolini (Italian director, 1922-1975)

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Bell underlines its commercial success in Italy: "Boccaccio became big box office after director-writer Pier Paolo Pasolini used nine of the Decameron tales and the title to turn out the season's biggest film success.
He addresses this centrality of subjectivity in chapters exploring the role of identity politics in curricular cosmopolitanism and the neglect of curriculum in teacher education and then explores the role of subjectivity in the cosmopolitan educations of Jane Addams (1869-1935), a founder of the US Settlement House movement; Laura Bragg (1881-1978), a prominent art museum director; and Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975), the Italian poet and film director.
A self-confessed film buff, Cantona said he had seen most of Loach's socially-relevant movies and liked them, but was also fond of the "completely different style" of the late Italian auteur director Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Born in 1953, Moretti started going to the cinema as a teenager, where he warmed to films by Karel Reisz, Pier Paolo Pasolini, the young Bernardo Bertolucci, as well as the nouvelle vague.