|Federico Fellini Director||previously directed Le Notti di Cabiria|
La Dolce Vita is a story about a journalists stay in Rome, and his subsequent journey for love and meaning. The film is remarked for being the film that showcases the switch from Fellini's early Neo-Realist films to his later more Art House style films.
Tourists wishing to recreate the iconic scene in which Anita Ekberg and Marcello Mastroianni splash about in the Trevi Fountain should think twice. Police monitor the fountain constantly and will issue a 500 Euro fine to anyone that goes into the water.1 More Trivia
|Pier Paolo Pasolini|
|Marcello Mastroianni||Marcello Rubini|
|Annibale Ninchi||Marcellos father|
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