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La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita

A Feature film by Federico Fellini

Release in France : 11/05/1960

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Actors (17)

Production and distribution (3)

Co-productions :

Pathé Production, Gray-Film

Film exports/foreign sales :

Pathé Distribution

Foreign production company :

Riama

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Synopsis

On assignment to chronicle the lives of the rich and famous Italian aristocracy in a gossip column for a Roman newspaper, journalist Marcello Rubini floats from one fabulous party to the next, meeting all varieties of beautiful, extravagant people. While he would never protest this seemingly ideal job, it makes him feel lonely and empty, and he stays up drinking and dancing night after night only to wake up each morning unbalanced and unfocused. The film follows Marcello's ups and downs in an episodic pattern in which each evening is a new story, a new adventure, a new dare, a new woman with whom to fall helplessly in love--but only for that night. Each morning the slate is wiped clean, and Fellini resets Marcello's score to zero.

Full credits (11)

Assistant directors :

Dominique Delouche, Gianfranco Mingozzi, Paolo Nuzzi, Lili Rademakers

Screenwriters :

Ennio Flaiano, Tullio Pinelli, Marcello Mastroianni

Co-producers :

René Chevrier, Pierre Cabaud, René Bezard

Assistant Operator :

Ennio Guarnieri

Production Designer :

Piero Gherardi

Costume designer :

Piero Gherardi

Line Producer :

Franco Magli

Foreign producers :

Giuseppe Amato, Angelo Rizzoli

Director of Photography :

Otello Martelli

Editor :

Leo Catozzo

Music Composer :

Nino Rota

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Themes :

Performance

Production language :

Italian, English

Coproducer countries :

France, Italy

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

Minority French (France, Italy)

Production year :

1959

French release :

11/05/1960

Runtime :

2 h 52 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

21.981

Visa issue date :

09/05/1960

Approval :

Yes

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Aspect ratio :

CinemaScope

Audio format :

Mono

Posters (2)

Director

Festival Selections (4)