To Rome with Love (2012)
Woody Allen looks nothing like Federico Fellini even in semi-profile and with a back-light, but his movie To Rome with Love links the two directors in many ways. For example, by the fact that, as in many of Fellini's films, the storyline has several threads, and one of the four stories rather cheekily uses the Fellini blueprint from his 1952 movie, The White Sheik. In another scene, Woody Allen makes a reference to a scene from Annie Hall, in which the people queuing at the box office are talking about Fellini. Now there's a twist on a twist.
In English, with Hungarian subtitles.
The discussions before and after the screening will be conducted in Hungarian.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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