#733: La Dolce Vita

FEDERICO FELLINI

1960

Anyone who knows me knows that La Dolce Vita is one of the films that defines me, not because I’m chic or timeless but because I’m obsessed with it, talk about it all the time, watch it all the time and go see it on the big screen just about every time I found out that it is showing somewhere.  When it finally entered the Criterion Collection after what I assume was a lengthy licensing wrangle with its rightsholders, my life became more complete, and here I talk about the film’s attributes that I admire the most.

Listen to the episode here:  PODCAST

My review of the film on my blog:  REVIEW

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