Roma (1972) Federico Fellini

Roma (1972) aka Fellini Roma
Genre: Drama | Comedy
Country: Italy | France | Director: Federico Fellini
Language: Italian or English (2 separate audio tracks)
Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv File)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 120mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x688 - 23.976fps - 5.46gb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0069191/

One of the maestro Federico Fellini's greatest '70s works (between Satyricon and The Clowns and Amarcord), Roma [Rome] erupts volcanically as a state-of-the-world pronouncement on what was not only happening within Rome at the tide of the hippies' organic birth and the post-Boom-set that made up his characters of the 1960s films, but also where, and how, his city would move feverishly forward into one of potential futures. 

As Fellini himself travels with his crew to document the ring-road circling Rome, with all the natural diversions that might inherently divert a traditional film shoot, we move into episodes that chart the wartime difficulties of Roman life across those fleeting times that chronicle love and life within the modern-day Rome-time, themselves pitted against the archaelogical vestiges of the great city - and the Catholic church rears its dominance, and we come into a midpoint that positions itself, indeed, between the memory-cinema of Satyricon and Amarcord. 

One of the great and bountiful colour-spectacles of Fellini's cinema, almost leapt off toward from the moment of Giulietta of the Spirits, Fellini's Roma remains a passionate testament both to the city that finally claimed him as its son after he left small Rimini, and to the final stage of cinema that he himself would work till the day he died.
 Roma (1972)

If you enjoy this blog, you can support it by buying a NITROFLARE premium account from the links above. For just a few bucks, you will get full speed and unlimited downloads from a great filehost. If you find a dead link, just leave a com and I'll try to fix it as soon as possible. Cheers.


0 Response to "Roma (1972) Federico Fellini"

Post a Comment