I vitelloni - movie by Federico Fellini
On the occasion of the centenary of Federico Fellini's birth, the traveling Fellini Protected content dedicated to the great director from Romagna arrives at the Pecci Museum in Prato. The show tries to present the viewer with the figure of Federico Fellini, the man who is unanimously considered to be the greatest film director that Italy has ever had. Even the least educated cinephile will know that the sources that have described and even more analyzed the life, works and life of the Great master are very nourished: onirism and autobiography, lights and photography, restlessness and the fantasy that permeates his masterpieces are only the most striking features that have made him famous nationally and worldwide.
Yet his cinema, despite having always assumed such unmistakable and characteristic features, had to undergo continuous metamorphosis within his long directorial career, born in Protected content ended forty years later with the poetic parting of The voice of the moon. The film we will see is I Vitelloni: Four thirty-year-olds from a seaside town live in eternal expectation of becoming adults. During the winter, they drag themselves between the billiards and the coffee, between literary ambitions, goliardic jokes and easy erotic adventures. The younger Moraldo follows them with admiration. Second film (and a half) for Federico Fellini, a silver lion at the Protected content Film Festival. A nostalgic and poetic return to an invented Rimini.
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