La Dolce Vita
2011
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Director: Federico Fellini
Marcello is a writer whose work lies somewhere between journalism and celebrity gossip.He spends his evenings partying with the people he writes about, the movie stars and aristocrats of Rome. He has a fiancée, but he isn't faithful to her. His life explores his dissatisfaction in his work and his loves, ultimately a reflection on where one finds - or fails to find - meaning in life. One of the most widely seen European films ever, La Dolce Vita marked the split between Fellini's earlier neo-realist films and his later art films. Winner of Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival and nominated for four Oscars, La Dolce Vita is one of the greatest cinematic achievements in world cinema.
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  • Director:- Federico Fellini

    Marcello is a writer whose work lies somewhere between journalism and celebrity gossip.He spends his evenings partying with the people he writes about, the movie stars and aristocrats of Rome. He has a fiancée, but he isn't faithful to her. His life explores his dissatisfaction in his work and his loves, ultimately a reflection on where one finds - or fails to find - meaning in life. One of the most widely seen European films ever, La Dolce Vita marked the split between Fellini's earlier neo-realist films and his later art films. Winner of Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival and nominated for four Oscars, La Dolce Vita is one of the greatest cinematic achievements in world cinema.

    About Director;- Federico Fellini, a canonical name of personalexpression and artistic fantasy in the cinema, had no formal technical trainingin his profession. Later, he went on to become one of the most revereddirectors on earth. His films offer a combination of themes including memory,dreams, fantasy and desire. They are often intimate looks at people at theirmost bizarre and the term "Felliniesque" is used when depicting anordinary scene that has been altered by the addition of hallucinatory imagery.
     
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