Friday, August 19 - Sunday, August 21, 2016
“An imaginative, highly personal travelogue and essay film by Federico Fellini (1972), one of his best works of this period. It features the filmmaker roaming around the Eternal City with his crew, musing about the recent and distant historical past, running into old chums and acquaintances (such as Anna Magnani and Gore Vidal), and occasionally indulging some flamboyant conceits for their own sake (e.g., the memorable ecclesiastical fashion show). As usual with Fellini, especially from the 70s on, spectacle tends to be everything.” –Chicago Reader
Part of the series Fellini, July 1-September 25
- Country Italy
- Year 1972
- Director Federico Fellini
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