The fantastic creative energy of the 1960s took off with a burst of black and white: La Dolce Vita by Federico Fellini. An instant cult film, it became a great classic of modernity and continues to affect generation after generation, legendary yet always contemporary.
Dolce Vita Style draws on the history that inspired the film in the theatrical Rome of the 50's and sums up the innumerable influences that this cult film has had on so many of those in the worlds of movies, popular music, society, life, and fashion.
Image by image, this book retraces the astonishing itinerary of a work that is a supreme emblem and a source of inexhaustible style.
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Jean-Pierre Dufreigne is a film critic who is enamored of cinema. He has written eight novels and three essays.
He has previously published Hitchcock Style at Assouline.
A glossy scrapbook that provides a compelling glimpse into celebrity life. --Hapers Bazaar
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