Journey to the end of Italy. Political fellini

If Federico Fellini is one of the largest authors in the history of cinema, he also returns to the furrow of a tradition of intellectuals and artists who have been questioned from Leopardi to Pasolini, he was questioned about the relationship between Italian identity and modernity in his social, cultural implications , Policies. The reasons that notoriously cross the work of him, from childhood nostalgia to the ghosts of femininity, from the invention of memory to the dream, thus assume, in the light of political reading proposed in this essay, a single pathological connotation. And first of all, the allegory of a country unable to get out of permanent adolescence, a dominant stretch of its history and national character. The book is accompanied by an appendix that explores the relationship between Federico Fellini and Giulio Andreotti starting from the letters preserved in the Senator Archive.

  • Author: Andrea Minuz
  • Format: Paperback, 14.5 x 22.5 cm
  • Pages: 242
  • Publisher: Rubbettino
  • Necklace: Cinema
  • Year 2012

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