Fellini: Roma (1972)
Fellini's film opens with a scene where a teacher takes his students across the Rubicon River on their way to Rome. Then, in a slightly later episode, a young man sets off on the 340-kilometre journey. He is Fellini's alter ego, since, like the director, he leaves the distant north (Fellini was born in Rimini) to go south and become a Roman, in 1939, instead of 1938. Rome is nothing like the small northern town. Rome is a noisy, bustling, smelly city. What a mess! And it is changing constantly. Rome is not a slow-moving novel, but rather a web of episodes. A montage. It has a multitude of layers, like a peculiar cake. A little bit of antiquity, a little bit of modernity, a layer of history, followed by another layer, which only exists in memories. Pious and frivolous, sometimes rough, sometimes hypocritical. It is intertwined with antique culture, which inevitably ages together with the city.
In Italian, with Hungarian subtitles.
The discussions before and after the screening will be conducted in Hungarian.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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