Giulietta of the Spirits

  • October 19, 2013 / 17:30
  • November 2, 2013 / 13:00

Director: Federico Fellini
Cast: Giulietta Masina, Sandra Milo, Mario Pisu
Italy, France 137’, 1965, color
Italian and French with Turkish subtitles

Cinematographer Gianni di Venanzo’s masterful use of Technicolor transforms Juliet of the Spirits, Fellini’s first color feature, into a kaleidoscope of dreams, spirits and memories. Giulietta Masina plays a betrayed wife whose inability to come to terms with reality leads her along a hallucinatory journey of self-discovery.

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Trailer

Giulietta of the Spirits

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