La Dolce Vita

Author(s): Richard Dyer

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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 in 1960 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. Beginning with the inspirations and ideas that were subsequently turned into La dolce vita, Dyer then explores the making of the film, the film itself and finally its critical reception, providing engaging new insights into this mesmerising piece of cinema.

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General Fields

  • : 9781838719845
  • : BFI Publishing
  • : BFI Publishing
  • : 0.14515
  • : May 2020
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  • : books

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  • : Richard Dyer
  • : Paperback
  • : English
  • : 791.4372
  • : 88