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That said, even the worst of Allen's recent films, like The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion, were better than Intervista.
The world was surprised by Italian cinema after WWII and through the sixties; it was fresh, harsh, profound, and expanded the known boundaries of movie-making.
There is, not surprisingly, a film about all those films, the Italian documentary "The Man From Rimini," included on the "Intervista" DVD.
Seller delivered product quickly and in perfect condition. I see this movie as an attempt to move beyond 8 1/2 and directed so that the messaged gained from the movie style is as... Read morePublished on October 1, 2012 by Paraducks
Old men tend to make art that is shallow, imitative of their earlier, better works, and which would never garner an ounce of praise were it not for their backlog of greater works... Read morePublished on September 12, 2008 by Cosmoetica
If there's ever been a Fellini film that screams, "Retire!", this is it. There are few redeeming qualities here, but the flaws are innumerable. Read morePublished on May 30, 2003 by Rich Needham
for fans of "la dolce vita" this is a must -- a wonderful look forward -- its a reminder to live life to its fullestPublished on December 3, 1999 by bill cannon