With the series of adventures undertaken by society reporter Marcello, the great Fellini captured Rome at the peak of its most tense, sensitive and glamorous period: the economic and cultural boom during which Italy desperately tried to forget about the catastrophe that was fascism and its loss in World War II while beginning to live anew. These breakthroughs and passions were reflected in fashion, film, music, style and wild nightlife. Rome at the end of the 1950s seemed to become a pagan capital again. But the sexuality and reckless hedonism went hand-in-hand with deep sadness, depression, fear and inner emptiness. Federico Fellini’s timeless masterpiece is back on the big screen.
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