Ingrid Bergman experiences the land of God in Roberto Rossellini’s 1950 film.
Pietro Germi goes to Sicily with “Divorce Italian Style” and “Seduced and Abandoned,” critiquing law & society against the backdrop of decaying aristocracy and the rise of the mafia.
This sprawling work examines Roman high society, as well as broader themes of artistry, beauty, and experiences both individual and collective.
Discussing two tales of young men, directionless and in limbo, and exploring their thematic similarities & differences.
Celebrating Fellini’s filmography, career, plus rumors on what could be coming later from Criterion.