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I Vitelloni (1956) Movie Information

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I Vitelloni (1956)
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5452

Avg. Rating:

2.66/4

# of Ratings:

19

Genres:

Drama

Rating:

NR

Language:

Italian

Theater Date:

11/07/1956

Director:

Federico Fellini

Actors:

Franco Interlenghi
Alberto Sordi
Franco Fabrizi
Leopoldo Trieste
Riccardo Fellini
Leonora Ruffo

 

 

 

 

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A warmly nostalgic, lovingly written and directed drama of losing ones adolescence; the performances may not always be on target, but director Fellini handles it all with finesse and subtle playfulness. Final Grade: B+

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I Vitelloni review

"Leave it to fate." - Married woman in the theater. This is one the smartest drama comedies that this reviewer has seen. The story revolves around Fausto and Sandra Rubini (Leonora Ruffo). Fausto (Franco Fabrizi) gets married to Sandra because of his father. Leopoldo works on a play. The serious reflective Moraldo walks on empty streets. Alberto knows a secret from his sister Olga. Fausto then fancies Giulia Curti (Lída Baarová), the wife's boss. The pace, characterization and screenplay were impressive. The luscious score adds to the mood of each vital scene. "People promise a lot of things." - Sandra "Try to be sensible..." - Olga. "We're not bored. Because we really love each other." - Michele Curti (Carlo Romano). "They only care about material things." - Leopoldo. The mix...

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