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La dolce vita

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Fellini's La dolce vita has been a phenomenon since before it was made, a scandal in the making and on release and a reference point ever since. Much of what made it notorious was its incorporation of real people, events and lifestyles, making it a documentation of its time. It uses performance, camera movement, editing and music to produce a striking aesthetic mix of energy and listlessness, of exuberance and despair. Richard Dyer's study considers each of these aspects of the film - phenomenon, document, aesthetic - and argues that they are connected.

Product code: 9781844573929

ISBN 9781844573929
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H190xW135
Series BFI Film Classics
No. Of Pages 82
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
La dolce vita has been a phenomenon since before it was made, a scandal in the making and on release and a reference point ever since. This study will consider each of these aspects of the film - phenomenon, document, aesthetic - and argue that they are connected