"In the looming shadows of Krausesvej 3, guests were escorted into the Villa by the brutish charm of the Fuckers. The sinister decadence of Villa Salò was at once apparent: a bruised and naked child playing nervously on the carpet under the watchful glare of an elegant Madame, then wails of suffering followed by the raucous laughter of gentlemen in a distant chamber. Guests arrived by the invitation of four generous hosts, the Masters – the founding members of The Black Libertine Society. By accepting their offer of hospitality, guests witnessed - and in rare cases, joined the Masters’ adventures into the dark passions of debauchery, which seemingly had no bounds. In a scathing and visceral interpretation of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s film, Salò was a devastating representation of what transpires when power is manipulated, and the value of human life is converted into nothingness."