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Fellini's Roma (1972)
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Starring: Peter Gonzales Falcon, Fiona Florence, Britta Barnes, Pia De Doses, Marne Maitland
Director: Federico Fellini
Category: Avant Garde, Foreign
Studio: MGM / UA
Subtitles:
English,Spanish,French
Length:
119 mins

 
 

 

"Positively Stunning!" -The New York Times

Acclaimed director Federico Fellini (Fellini's Satyricon, La Dolce Vita, 8 1/2) brilliantly demonstrates why he is regarded as "the last of the great epic filmmakers," delivering "a thrilling personal memoir" (Newsweek) with this monumental and outlandish tribute to his beloved Rome - The Eternal City.

This lavish autobiography, full of "lush fantasy sequences and monumental pageantry," (Los Angels Times) begins with Fellini as a youngster living in the Italian countryside. In school he studies the eclectic but parochial history of ancient Rome and then is introduced as a young man to the real thing -- arriving in this strange new city on the outbreak of World War II. Here, through a series of "visually stunning" (Los Angeles Times) vignettes brimming with satire and spark, the filmmaker comes to grips with a "sprawling, boisterous, bursting-at-the-seams portrait of Rome" (Interview), reinterpreting with his inimitable style an Italian history full of "rich sensual imagery and extravagant perception" (Playboy).