Tue, 21 June 2016
Enough can't be said about the life and films of Federico Fellini. One of the greatest filmmakers of all time, his movies merge bizarrely between the autobiographical and the surreal. He was taunted by both women and fascism, and both of these were expressed in Amarcord (1973) his most autobiographical of all his films.
Amarcord is the picaresque (and picturesque) story of a year in the life of the tiny Italian town of Rimini, Fellini's birthplace and his home throughout his youth. Although none of the events or characters depicted in the film directly reflect anything in reality, they are the result of a 52-year-old man's jumbled memories of many years before.
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