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Fellini’s La Dolce Vita: Drugs And Sex?

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February 11, 2010 Historical, News & Oddities No Comments

Tom Kington’s new article in the Observer (published on 7 February 2010) is amusing, but at the same time evokes a glamourous Rome from a slightly different perspective. This is how the article begins:

When the gossip columnist Victor Ciuffa emerged blinking from a private viewing of La Dolce Vita in Rome in February 1960, he had one thought in his mind: the film he had just watched amounted to his life played out on the screen.

You can read the whole article here: Memoirs shed new light on La Dolce Vita era of drugs, sex and debauchery

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