This look at the underbelly of civilized society from the master of the controversial, "Pier Paolo Pasolini Collection, Vol. 2" (2005) includes three of Pasolini's films on 3 discs. The award-winning "The Scrounger" (1961) tells of a pimp living on the streets of Rome. "The Hawks and the Sparrows" (1964) takes a comic turn, with Italian clown character Toto, and analyzing the human conflict between Marxist philosophy and the Church. Finally, "The Gospel According to Saint Matthew" (1965) takes on the story of Christ in a distinctly verite style, addressing Jesus' story as a peasant from a humanist perspective.