Slowly showed the beauty of Italy and life.
Fascinating movie with beautiful images about not very much at all in the best possible way.
Thank you, now i am full of artistic pictures ❤️
From one side the decadence of the bourgeoise class of Rome and its frivolousness. On the other, the pursuit of authenticity and beauty.
Tony Servillo’s character seems the embodiment of Rome with its shallowness and greatness often rolled into the same scene.
One of the few surrealistic films that I 've enjoyed!
Lovely cinematography and score, though a lot of the dialogue went over my head and much of it felt a bit too self-important
Heavily reliant on Fellini's style for a new era, great performance by Servillo.
Truly visionary. The dialogue in this movie is top tier and the party scenes are amazing. The characters are great and feel relatable.
A very thoughtful picture with great cinematography
If you love Fellini, if you love Italian cinema, if you love surreal, absurd storytelling with lots of creativity this is a movie for you
I'm Roman and I absolutely adored this movie. The city and its inhabitants are (sadly) portrayed very realistically
A meditative and funny movie about something I positively don’t quite understand yet. But it’s amazing
Stunning play from Brad in the great film
A little slow, long, meandering and self indulgent. But, good characters and memorable scenes and quite pleasant, if not gripping
Very long and drawn out, while gorgeous looking there isn’t much substance
The absurdist solution in the ending is anticlimactic
Ambitious, requires some effort from the viewer.
It has memorable scenes but is just a modern version of Dolce vita, where pretentious and boring are present
The content of the film corresponds to its title