Fellini Satyricon

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  • Greek Title Σατυρικόν
  • English Title Fellini - Satyricon
  • Original Title Fellini - Satyricon
  • Year: 1969
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Country: Italy, France
  • Duration: 128'
  • Director: Federico Fellini
  • Scriptwriter: Federico Fellini, Bernardino Zapponi, inspired by the book of Petronius Arbiter
  • Cinematography: Giuseppe Rotunno
  • Editing: Ruggero Mastroianni
  • Music / Score: Nino Rota
  • Cast: Martin Potter, Hiram Keller, Max Born, Salvo Randone, Mario Romagnoli, Magali Noël, Capucine, Alain Cuny, Fanfulla, Danika La Loggia, Giuseppe Sanvitale, Genius, Lucia Bosé, Joseph Wheeler, Donyale Luna, Elisa Mainardi
  • Production: Alberto Grimaldi, PEA/Les Productions Aristes Associés
  • Color: Color
  • Audio: Sound
  • Language: Italian, Latin
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Format: DCP
  • Subtitles: Greek, English
  • Print Source: Luce Cinecittà - CSC
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Encolpius and Ascyltus—childhood, beloved friends but deadly rivals concerning the affections of the teenager Gitón—traverse a continent of sexual perversion and violence. A free—and licentious—adaption of Petronius’ work of the same name, Satyricon is Fellini’s most daring, cinematic wandering in a wild and fragile planet: The Pre-Christian Roman empire of Nero. In an attempt to recreate it from scratch, Fellini the creator, directs a bizarre and barbaric chronicle; that challenges the audiences’ instincts of comfort—alienating them from the headspace and psyche of his characters—and from any inkling of narrative normalcy. It is a film of relentless iconographic beauty, that has been characterised as “science fiction of the past” and continues to be the cause of bewilderment and dispute; as to whether—and in what way—it is a satirical reflection of antiquity’s barbarianism, on the modern amoralism—permeating and defining our culture.



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