8 1/2 [Blu-ray] [1963]

  • SKU: 25580788
  • Release Date: Not Yet Announced
  • Rating: NR
  • 5.0 (2)
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Favorite Foreign Film Posted by: from: Florida on Gave this film earlier to my nephew, to whom I think it seemed old-fashioned, but he remarked on the shifts between reality and dreams (one of the film's main points, in my opinion). Of course movie-making technology has changed a lot since 1963. But if you don't mind gorgeous black-and-white photography, this is unquestionably one of Fellini's best. Plot-wise, it's about a film director (played by Mastroianni) with some hits to his credit who is facing a sort of writer's block, feeling pressure, especially from intellectuals and critics. At the beginning he is experiencing sort of a breakdown. But the show, of course, must go on. So it is about the process of trying to create when having potentially debilitating self-doubt, coming to terms and sorting things out. Note: not many bonus features on this Essential Art House DVD, but the film stands beautifully on its own.

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Great Criterion Posted by: from: on This will always be the best film about filmmaking. It's influence can be felt even today.

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