La Dolce Vita
Fellini's most celebrated film is a dark, romantic look at the swinging party lifestyle of Rome's rich and famous. The final Trevi Fountain scene is one of the greatest iconic moments in cinema history. Perhaps the most significant contribution of the film is its coining of the term Paparazzi, taken from the name of the tenacious photo-journalist reporter, Pararazzo, side-kick of our protagonist Marcello, who guides us through the dark underside of swinging post-war Rome.
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