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Amarcord: A year in the life of a small Italian coastal town in the nineteen-thirties, as is recalled by a director with a superstar's access to the resources of the Italian film industry and a piper's command over our imaginations. Federico Fellini's film combines the free form and make-believe splendor with the comic, bittersweet feeling for character and narrative we remember from some of his best films of the 1950s. The town in the film is based on Rimini, where Mr. Fellini grew up. Yet there is now something magical, larger-than-life about the town, its citizens and many of the things that happen to them.

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Released: December 18, 1973
Runtime: 123 mins
Genres: Drama Comedy
Countries: Italy France
Director: Federico Fellini
Actors: Alvaro Vitali Antonino Faa Di Bruno Antonio Spaccatini Aristide Caporale Armando Brancia Bruno Bertocci Bruno Zanin Cesare Martignon Ciccio Ingrassia Dante Cleri Eros Ramazzotti Faustone Signoretti Franco Magno Fredo Pistoni Gennaro Ombra Gianfilippo Carcano Josiane Tanzilli Lino Patruno Luigi Rossi Magali Noël Marcello Bonini Olas Marcello Di Falco Maria Antonietta Beluzzi Mario Del Vago Paolo Baroni Pupella Maggio Veriano Ginesi

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Posted by zapater 4 months ago
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Fourth or fifth viewing of Fellini's ageless masterpiece brings same sensual pleasures as when it first was released many years ago....one of the best frescos of Italian society....10/10.

Posted by zoka 4 years, 8 months ago
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This isn't Amarcord- it's P.P.Pasolini's take on Il Decameron, Giovanni Boccaccio's collection of novellas.

Posted by Precious1 4 years, 9 months ago ( Edited 1 year ago )
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Fantastic...one of Fellini's best-- I Remember. Nostalgia forlost childhood,lost innocence. Great insights into nuances of human motivations. For any film history buff, and lover of the masters of the New Renaissance, or just a devote of fun, this is a must.

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