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I Vitelloni is my favorite Fellini film! It's so funny! And, I loved Mediterraneo so much! I will try to find the other movies that you recommended, filippo-b! I aim to get all of his films on DVD :. It's an amazing movie :. Cinema Paradiso is my favorite italian film.

And we should all be very grateful for those dreams. The force of La Dolce Vita comes from its provincial innocence. But maybe one has to come from a small town—as Welles did—in order to appreciate this distinction. But after illness prevented him from proceeding, he sold the story to Carlo Ponti, who turned it over to Fellini. Through a string of mishaps, Wanda winds up going off with the fumetti crew to a beach outside Rome and gets cast in the same shoot as Rivoli, who continues to woo her, while Ivan, hysterical about her absence, makes up various excuses to his relatives over the course of the same day. An equal opportunity satirist, Fellini spends a lot of time with both characters, but it should be stressed that he also shows an equal amount of empathy with their separate delusions and humiliations. Trieste, another actor Fellini insisted on, is also used with explicit reference to silent comics—most notably Chaplin, in one sequence that shows him trying to become inconspicuous by marching behind a line of soldiers, but also Ben Turpin in some of his pop-eye expressions.

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Cabiria , with its titular evocation of D'Annunzio and the epic tradition of early Italian films, is the name of a shabby prostitute in Federico Fellini's parable on the human condition. Attired in a sleeveless, zebra-striped blouse, a moth-eaten fur stole, and grotesquely inappropriate bobby socks, Giulietta Masina's Cabiria impishly burlesques her ancient calling and then poignantly transcends it in a burst of tragic irony. The film ends on a note of high pathos, comparable to the finest moments of Chaplin, as Miss Masina's final close-up sums up one of the most resourceful performances in screen history. The plot of Cabiria consists of five events in the heroine's life, each event logically related to the development of her character. The film opens with Cabiria running across a lonely field with her lover. The camera remains distant from the apparently carefree couple. The two figures are framed against a bleak, gray-lit landscape, its pastoral simplicity marred by telephone poles and distant housing developments.

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Franco Fabrizi

Son of a barber and of a cinema cashier, Franco Fabrizi started his career as a model and an actor in fotoromanzi. The role that made him known was as Fausto in Federico Fellini 's I vitelloni ; from then he was inextricably linked to the character of a full-time seducer, a young wastrel, a young not-so-young man who refuses to grow up, a character that he reprised, with different facets, in a great number of films. In he had a serious car accident from which he recovered; immediately after, however, it manifested the illness that led him to death.

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The next stop on the tour is the Harvard Film Archive. They are films never timid in ambition, though external factors often conspired to thwart that ambition, keeping them away from an original intended audience that was very far away from Fifty-Third Street. One imagines that this development was welcomed by his father, Martyn Levanovich Khutsishvili, a prerevolutionary Communist, but the bloom was not long on the Red rose, and in Khutsishvili was thrown in the clink for counterrevolutionary crimes. The defining note of the film is an itchy restlessness evident in both performance and inventive, unfettered camerawork—it was shot at least with the full cooperation of the government, and the unbounded use of Moscow as a stage is thrilling. Khutsiev also goes to great lengths to populate the film with nonprofessionals, including a cadre of noteworthy young poets who are heard reading at the Moscow Polytechnic Institute, in a scene that was cut from I Am Twenty.




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