Thursday, March 29, 2007

LA DOLCE VITA


La Dolce Vita (1960) directed by Federico Fellini. Set in Rome, Italy in the 1950s where Marcello covers the more sensational side of the news; movie stars, religious visions, and the decadent aristocracy.
The film shows seven days and nights in the life of the reporter.
It was not made on location: the Via Veneto was meticulously recreated in the Cinecitta Studios.
The character of Paparazzo, the news photographer who works with Marcello, is the origin of the word used in many languages (normally in the plural, paparazzi) to describe intrusive photographers.

La Dolce Vita (1960) es un filme dirigido por Federico Fellini. El filme presenta una serie de noches y mañanas a lo largo de la Via Veneto en Roma, vistas desde los ojos de su personaje principal, un reportero de sociedad.
El film no está realmente rodado en Via Veneto, Roma, sino que se recreó fielmente un impresionante decorado en Cinecitta.
El personaje Paparazzo, el fotógrafo de noticias que trabaja con Marcello, da origen a la palabra que se usa actualmente en varios idiomas (normalmente en su plural, paparazzi) para describir a este tipo de fotógrafos.

LA DOLCE VITA WIKI ESP.
LA DOLCE VITA WIKI ENG.
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4 comments:

sedyas said...

Joderrrrrrr, no me había enterado de la existencia de este blog!

Esto si que es estudiar una peli! Madre mia, está tremendo. Bravo Milan!

cricri said...

great idea for a blog and a drawing theme. your storyboards are great. love the cinema paradiso one - maybe because it's one of my favourite movies. :)
do u do storyboards for movies or this is just for fun ?

Milan Rubio said...

Cinema paradiso is fanatstic!
I only did one time a storyboard work for a friend's short, and something for animation a long time ago. These ones are only for fun.

Ellis Nadler said...

i love this idea of "reverse engineering" a movie back to the storyboard.