La Strada - 1954
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La Strada

Updated: 1 Aug 2021
Directors:
Federico Fellini Federico Fellini Tullio Pinelli Ennio Flaiano Dino De Laurentiis Carlo Ponti Nino Rota Otello Martelli Mario Ravasco Enrico Cervelli Margherita Marinari Eligio Trani Dante Trani Angelo Cittadini Danilo Fallani Luigi Giacosi Giorgio Morra Moraldo Rossi Brunello Rondi Paolo Nuzzi Aldo Calpini Roberto Gerardi Lina Caterini Franco Ferrara Carlo Carlini Leo Catozzo
Actors:
Anthony Quinn Giulietta Masina Richard Basehart Aldo Silvani Marcella Rovere Lidia Venturini Gustavo Giorgi Yami Kamadeva Mario Passante Anna Primula Pietro Ceccarelli Goffredo Unger Nazzareno Zamperla
Genre:
Drama
Country: no data
Year: 1954
When Gelsomina, a naïve young woman, is purchased from her impoverished mother by brutish circus strongman Zampanò to be his wife and partner, she loyally endures her husband's coldness and abuse as they travel the Italian countryside performing together. Soon Zampanò must deal with his jealousy and conflicted feelings about Gelsomina when she finds a kindred spirit in Il Matto, the carefree circus fool, and contemplates leaving Zampanò.
Director, Screenwriter, Designer
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128 FLIISTs
over 1 year ago
There was no road or footprints. I myself stepped the ground, kept walking everyday to try to leave the path to the young people. But I almost lost my direction. Watch Fellini’s LA STRADA to calm myself.
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Actor
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46 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
The next I would say is La Strada because, well, do I really have to say? I feel like it’s sort of self-explanatory. Like [laughs] Giulietta Masina, I mean every performance, but particularly the last scene in the movie, with Anthony Quinn and just being on the beach, and everything about that movie is beautiful.
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Actor, Director, Screenwriter
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41 FLIISTs
over 1 year ago
I loved The White Sheik and I Vitelloni and La Strada, and of course 8 ½.
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Musician
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52 FLIISTs
almost 2 years ago
There was an art movie house in the Village on 12th Street that showed foreign movies – French, Italian, German. This made sense, because even Alan Lomax himself, the great folk archivist, had said somewhere that if you want to get out to America, go to Greenwich Village. I’d seen a couple of Italian Fellini movies there – one called La Strada, which means “The Street,” and another one called La Dolce Vita. It was about a guy who sells his soul and becomes a gossip hound. It looked like life in a carnival mirror except it didn’t show any monster freaks – just real people in a freaky way. I watched it intently, thinking that I might not see it again.
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