An episodic romantic film, built up with many stories instead of one main plot, that ponders the voids and decadence of high society. A classic film and upon it’s first night out a scandal. The 1960 film by Federico Fellini is named the film that split up his earlier neo-realist films from the art films he did later in his career.
Released on the 1960-02-03
German, English, French, Italian
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Affair, Amoral, Antisocial, Aristocracy, Balcony, Balloons, Bar, Beach, Beauty, Bodybuilder, Broken Relationship, Café, Cat, Catholic Church, Child, Church, Cinecittà, Country Estate, Daxhound, Death and Dying, Desperation, Drunk, Father Son Relationship, Fear, Female Nudity, Fiancé, Filmstar, Ghost, Gossip, Heritage, Homosexuality, Hospital, Hype, Irony, Italy, Jealousy, Journalist, Loss of Loved One, Lovesickness, Mistress, Moral Conflict, Mourning, Murder, Newspaper, Night Life, Nightclub, Octopus, Organ, Orgy, Party, Photographer, Police, Prayer, Prostitute, Rain Shower, Reporter, Rome, Ruin, Sea, Sex, Shards, Site of Crime, Slap, Society, Statue, Striptease, Suicide Attempt, Sunrise, Séance, Trevi Fountain, Vatican, Waiter, Wealth, Writer
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