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A terribly dull film. I have no idea why it is rated so high, the only section of interest are the short scenes which stars Anita Ekberg. Everything else IMHO has aged extremely badly.
Amazing experience. A must-see movie that you'll want to watch over and over again.
The biggest load of nonsense I've seen in a while. If I didn't have a translator at the time, I would have thought the video, audio and subtitles were completely disjointed.
Yes it is a beautiful movie but it really doesnt go anywhere, and three hours of this is just too much.
A three hour adventure with memorable characters.
Grazie Federico, Grazie Marcello.
Puntaje Original: 6.0
Sin una trama fija, La Dolce Vita puede resultar un profundo viaje introspectivo hacia los anhelos humanos y requiere de un fino sentido de apreciación.
If you asked me what this movie was about I couldn't tell you, but it was so fun to watch anyways. It was very beautiful and so iconic with some of the scenes in the movie, I really loved it.
Mastroianni es genial. Fellini relata la historia (sin historia) de la vida, la "pasión de la vida". La belleza inalcanzable de Sylvia, la inocencia inalcanzable de Paola. El vacío del mundo modernos; la esperanza del calor familar de Steiner.
Not a fan of this Fellini movie. Didn't care about any of it.