• 1973
  • 2 HR 04 MIN
  • R
  • Comedy

A pictorial weaving of the bizarre fragments of Fellini's imagination and memory, AMARCORD is set in a seaside village (very similar to Fellini's boyhood town of Rimini) in the 1930s. Through the eyes of the impressionable young Zanin, Fellini takes a penetrating look at family life, religion, love, sex, education, and politics. Among the characters more

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Amarcord - (Original Trailer)
Amarcord (1974), Fellini's portrait of life in Rimini, Italy during Mussolini won the Best Foreign Film Award.
(Movie Clip) He Invented Perspective
Titta (Bruno Zanin), representing the director Federico Fellini, with schoolmates and teachers (Franco Magno, Mauro Misul, Armando Villella, Dina Ador (more…)
(Movie Clip) I Absolve You
Titta (Bruno Zanin), his character based on the writer and director Federico Fellini, at confession with Don Balosa (Gianfilippo Carcano), considering (more…)
(Movie Clip) Puffballs And Spring
Opening scenes from director Federico Fellini's remembrance of growing up in the seaside town of Rimini, on Italy's Adriatic coast, from the internati (more…)

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