Por Adelmo Dunghe
Most semioticians believe that a language is a self-contained semiotic system that can be used to communicate human experience, and that this communication exists within the limits of our language. Pasolini asserts that reality itself–or at least the reality we perceive–is a semiotic system. “It seems to me,” he says, “that the first language of men is their actions. The written-spoken language is nothing more than an integration and a means of such action”.