La dolce vita, is a 1960 comedy-drama film directed and co-written by Federico Fellini. The film follows Marcello Rubini (Marcello Mastroianni), a journalist writing for gossip magazines, over seven days and nights on his journey through the “sweet life” of Rome in a fruitless search for love and happiness. The screenplay, co-written by Fellini and three other screenwriters, can be divided into a prologue, seven major episodes interrupted by an intermezzo, and an epilogue, according to the most common interpretation. La Dolce Vita won the Palme d’Or (Golden Palm) at the 1960 Cannes Film Festival and the Oscar for Best Costumes. The film was a worldwide box-office success and a critical success, and is now frequently regarded as one of the greatest films in world cinema.

PLOT:
La dolce vita, a dramatic film directed by Federico Fellini, tells the story of Marcello Rubini (Marcello Mastroianni), a journalist of scandalous scoops who would actually like to write novels. The film, set in the social world of the 1960s, reveals, through various episodes, lights and shadows of the Capitoline society of the time. Like the arrival on a helicopter of a statue of Christ bound for the Vatican, which arouses amazement and curiosity in passers-by, or the encounter of Marcello with Maddalena (Anouk Aimée), a charming woman with whom she spends a night of strong passion. But the reporter is not alone: ​​he has a girlfriend, Emma (Yvonne Furneaux) who, having discovered the betrayal, tries to commit suicide by ingesting tablets, but without succeeding …
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Marcello Mastroianni: Marcello Rubini
Anita Ekberg: Sylvie
Anouk Aimée: Maddalena

Durata – Time: 3h
Dimensioni schermo – Screen size: 6m x 3,55m

Cena – Dinner @ 8:30pm
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Proiezione film – Film screening @ 9.45 pm
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