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La Dolce Vita Second Response: This film was shown in this course to give us a view on Italian drama. Even though the title means “the sweet life” it is the total opposite of that. I think that’s what film all about is, making the viewer think. The filmmakers put a negative image on Rome. It seemed as if Rome was full of either sad, depressed people or confused, lost people. Steiner is the biggest part of this. He seems to have it all. Lovely wife, beautiful children, and a gorgeous house. Marcello envy’s and wants what he has. Showing that Marcello is confused, lost, and sad. Eventually Steiner takes his life and his children’s life due to, I am assuming, depression and not feeling fulfilled. Also, throughout the entire film Marcello was around with multiple women, trying to find what he really wants and eventually says he likes to be alone. Coming from his perspective, he doesn’t like being
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  • Fall '18
  • Federico Fellini, La Dolce Vita, Marcello

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