Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

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Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]
A Film by Federico Fellini
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | ISO | NTSC | 1.85:1 | 4:3 | 720x480 | 02:03:53 | 5% recovery | 6.14 GB
Languages Available: English, Italian 2.0 / 5.1 AC3 | Subtitle: English, Greek | Extra: Scene Selection, Menù
Genre: Comedy, Drama | Won Oscar. Another 14 wins & 3 nominations

A young woman hanging clothes on a line happily points out the arrival of "manine" or puffballs floating on the wind. The old man pottering beside her replies, "When puffballs come, cold winter’s done." In the village square, schoolboys jump around trying to pluck puffballs out of the air. Giudizio (Aristide Caporale), the town idiot, looks into the camera and recites a poem to spring and the swirling, drifting "manine."

IMDB Rating: 7.9/10

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

At the hairdresser’s, a Fascist has just had his head newly shaved when Fiorella arrives to accompany her sister Gradisca (Magali Noël), the village beauty, to the traditional bonfire celebrating spring. As night falls, the inhabitants of Borgo make their way to the village square where Fellini presents his comic characters: the blind accordion player (Domenica Pertica) relentlessly tormented by schoolboys; Volpina (Josiane Tanzilli), the stringy blond nymphomaniac; the stout and buxom tobacconist (Maria Antonietta Beluzzi); Titta (Bruno Zanin), the rosy-cheeked adolescent protagonist based on Fellini's childhood friend; and Aurelio (Armando Brancia), Titta’s father, a construction foreman of working-class background.

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

Modest and reserved, Aurelio responds in frenzied anger to Titta’s pranks while Miranda (Pupella Maggio), his wife, always comes to her son’s defence. Miranda’s brother, Lallo (Nando Orfei), lives with Titta’s family, sponging off his brother-in-law. In tow are Titta’s grandfather (Peppino Ianigro), a likeable old goat with an eye on the family’s young maid, and a street vendor, Biscein (Gennaro Ombra), the town’s inveterate liar.

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

Giudizio sits an effigy of the "Old Witch of Winter" in a chair on the stack and Gradisca is given the honour of setting it aflame. Lallo maliciously removes the ladder, trapping Giudizio atop the inferno. "I’m burning!" he screams as the crowd dances gaily round the bonfire and schoolboys run amuck exploding firecrackers. From a window, the Fascist bigwig (Ferruccio Brembilla) fires his pistol into the air. "I feel spring all over me already," says Gradisca in ecstasy.

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

The local aristocrat and his decrepit wife raise a toast to the dying flames. Schoolboys drag Volpina near the cinders then swing her back and forth in rhythm to the blind accordionist’s tune. A motorcyclist roars through the glowing coals in a mindless display of exhibitionism. Black-clothed women scoop the scattered embers into pans as the town lawyer (Luigi Rossi) appears walking his bicycle. Like Giudizio, he addresses the camera to explain choice titbits of the town’s history. A florid suite of raspberries interrupts his charming pedantry and he departs in a huff.

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

Zeus (Franco Magno), the red-haired crusty schoolmaster, presides over an official class photograph. After showing us a wall hung with the portraits of the king, the pope and Mussolini, Fellini serves up a sequence of classroom antics involving Titta, Gigliozzi (Bruno Lenzi), Ovo (Bruno Scagnetti) and Ciccio (Fernando de Felice), the class fat boy who has a crush on Aldina (Donatella Gambini), a lovely brunette. If the schoolboys are stereotypical delinquents, their teachers are ridiculous. During her inane lessons on Giotto’s perspective, the art teacher (Fides Stagni) dips a breakfast biscuit in milk. Expanding her voluptuous chest, the feral-faced maths teacher (Dina Adorni) demonstrates an algebraic formula. Clicking tongue and palate to pronounce a syllable, the Italian teacher (Mario Silvestri) is reduced to hysterics by Ovo’s parody of him. Myopic religion instructor Don Balosa (Gianfilippo Carcano) wipes his glasses and drones on while half the class sneaks out for a smoke in the toilets.

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

Amarcord is a 1973 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Federico Fellini, a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age tale about Titta, an adolescent boy growing up among an eccentric cast of characters in the village of Borgo San Giuliano (situated near the ancient walls of Rimini) in 1930s Fascist Italy. The film's title is a Romagnol neologism for "I remember.

Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]

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TITOLO ORIGINALE: Amarcord
GENERE: Commedia, Drammatico
REGIA: Federico Fellini
SCENEGGIATURA: Federico Fellini, Tonino Guerra
ATTORI:
Pupella Maggio, Armando Brancia, Magali Noël, Ciccio Ingrassia, Nando Orfei, Luigi Rossi, Gianfilippo Carcano, Gennaro Ombra, Bruno Zanin, Dina Adorni, Domenico Pertica, Francesco Vona, Maria Antonietta Belluzzi, Stefano Proietti, Josiane Tanzilli, Giuseppe Ianigro, Lino Patruno, Bruno Lenzi, Francesco Maselli, Carla Mora
Ruoli ed Interpreti

FOTOGRAFIA: Giuseppe Rotunno
MONTAGGIO: Ruggero Mastroianni
MUSICHE: Nino Rota
PRODUZIONE: FRANCO CRISTALDI PER F.C. PRODUZIONI (ROMA), PECF (PARIGI)
DISTRIBUZIONE: DEAR - WARNER HOME VIDEO, L'UNITA' VIDEO (GLI SCUDI)
PAESE: Francia, Italia 1973
DURATA: 125 Min
FORMATO: Colore PANORAMICA - TECHNICOLOR

NOTE:
- OSCAR PER MIGLIOR FILM STRANIERO (1974); NASTRO D'ARGENTO PER MIGLIOR REGIA (1974); DAVID DI DONATELLO PER MIGLIOR REGIA E MIGLIOR FILM A FEDERICO FELLINI (1974); BBC BEST FILMS OF ALL TIME (1996).- NEL FILM E' INSERITA UNA BREVE SEQUENZA DI "BEAU GESTE" (1939) DI W.A. WELLMAN CON GARY COOPER.


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Amarcord (1973) [Cristaldi Edition]