La Dolce Vita DVD
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Directed by Federico Fellini
Produced in 1960
Main Language - ITALIAN with English subtitles
One of the most influential movies of all time, universally acclaimed by critics, filmmakers and the public alike. It's a spectacular and relevant morality play in which Mastroianni plays a journalist disillusioned by the paparazzi life-style and jaded by a relationship grown stifling. Filled with gloriously memorable images, the shot of a helicopter lifting Christ's statue out of Rome is iconic.
Publisher: Nouveaux Pictures
Length: 174 mins
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1 Anamorphic widescreen
Format: DVD B&W
Released: 27th September 2004
Cat No: NPD1020
- Digitally remastered from a restored print
- Brand new exclusive interview with Anita Ekberg.
by Barry Forshaw on 29th October 2004
For many, Fellini’s enduring masterpiece is the most accessible and enjoyable of all art films, and this newly minted, remastered version clearly supersedes all previo... Read on
For many, Fellini’s enduring masterpiece is the most accessible and enjoyable of all art films, and this newly minted, remastered version clearly supersedes all previous issues. In many ways, Fellini's vision of modern society is undated (the paparazzi phenomenon, for instance, is as relevant as ever). Hide
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