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Author Marcus, Millicent Joy.

Title After Fellini : national cinema in the postmodern age / Millicent Marcus
Published Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002

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Description xi, 377 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents 1. National Identity by Means of Montage in Roberto Rossellini's Paisan -- 2. Luchino Visconti's Bellissima: The Diva, the Mirror, and the Screen -- 3. Bernardo Bertolucci's The Last Emperor: Powerless in Peking -- 4. Mediterraneo and the "Minimal Utopias" of Gabriele Salvatores -- 5. From Salazar's Lisbon to Mussolini's Rome by Way of France in Roberto Faenza's Pereira Declares -- 6. Francesco Rosi's Three Brothers: After the Diaspora -- 7. The Alternative Family of Ricky Tognazzi's La scorta -- 8. The Gaze of Innocence: Lost and Found in Gianni Amelio's Stolen Children -- 9. Ginger and Fred: Fellini after Fellini -- 10. Giuseppe Tornatore's Cinema Paradiso and the Art of Nostalgia -- 11. From Conscience to Hyperconsciousness in Maurizio Nichetti's: The Icicle Thief -- 12. Postmodern Pastiche, the Sceneggiata, and the View of the Mafia from Below in Roberta Torre's To Die for Tano -- 13. Filming the Text of Witness: Francesco Rosi's The Truce
14. The Seriousness of Humor in Roberto Benigni's Life Is Beautiful -- 15. Caro diario and the Cinematic Body of Nanni Moretti
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 355-364) and index
Videography: page 365
Subject Motion pictures -- Italy.
Motion pictures, Italian.
LC no. 2001002201
ISBN 0801868475 (acid-free paper)