As we learn from the documentaries, La Dolce Vita, (Italian: “The Sweet Life”) Italian film, released in 1960, that was widely hailed as one of the most important ever made and the first of several acclaimed collaborations between director Federico Fellini and actor Marcello Mastroianni, who came to represent the director’s alter

The fact that this movie put him "on the map", shows how effectively he constructed this movie. At this point he knew what he wanted to say. La dolce vita is a more plot-driven movie than most of his later movies. La dolce vita is a more plot-driven movie than most of his later movies. The fact that this movie put him "on the map", shows how effectively he constructed this movie. At this point he knew what he wanted to say. In Federico Fellini's seminal film LA DOLCE VITA, a three-hour masterpiece that shows one man's descent into "the sweet life" of debauchery, Marcello Mastroianni stars as eccentric journalist Marcello Rubini. As we learn from the documentaries, In my book, it is one of the most perfect movies ever made. La Dolce Vita rocketed Fellini to international mainstream success – ironically, by offering a damning critique of the culture of stardom.A look at the darkness beneath the seductive lifestyles of Rome’s rich and glamorous, the film follows a notorious celebrity journalist (a sublimely cool Marcello Mastroianni) during a hectic week spent on the peripheries of the spotlight.

In my book, it is one of the most perfect movies ever made.
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The biggest hit from the most popular Italian filmmaker of all time, La dolce vita rocketed Federico Fellini to international mainstream success—ironically, by offering a damning critique of the culture of stardom. “La Dolce Vita” has proved endlessly influential: it crops up in “Lost In Translation” and “The Sopranos,” it’s referenced in “L.A.