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What sets this film apart from other portraits of Fellini is that director Damian Pettigrew -- who knew Fellini fairly well after meeting him in 1983 -- was afforded a lengthy, privileged, unprecedented access to the man himself. Laced with interviews and classic clips, the film literally retraces Fellinis footsteps with actors Donald Sutherland and Terence Stamp each contributing valuable insight into the Maestros working methods and madness.
THE FILM MAKERS TOOK THE TIME AND EFFORT TO RESEARCH THE FAMOUS ITALIAN DIRECTORS FILMS, THE ROME FILM STUDIO AND ITS' ARCHIVES, ACTORS AND FELLINI AND HIS FILM STAR WIFE TO GIVE... Read morePublished 23 months ago by F. K. WILLDERS
This documentary is not for the uninitiated Fellini viewer. If you want to understand the ultimate puppet-master, it's best to view his films for they're all autobiographical. Read morePublished on August 2, 2010 by Stefania Casi (The Cultural Sojourner)
It is a work of interest for interested in cinematography, its history and alike.
Not much for an ordinary viewer your author is.
Brilliant documentary with interviews with one of the greatest directors of all time: Federico Fellini. Read morePublished on March 29, 2007 by Mr. T. Tak