La Strada - James Last - Melodies Of The Century (Vinyl, LP, Album)
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El loco part Flores brancas. La grand serpant. Vendemia song. La strada. Olvida por ora el mundo. Vindimiglia moderato. O fanhoso. Vindimiglia andante. Il Matto teases the strongman at every opportunity, though he cannot explain what motivates him to do so.
As a result, he is briefly jailed, and both men are fired from the travelling circus. A nun suggests that Gelsomina's purpose in life is comparable to her own. As Gelsomina watches in horror, the strongman strikes the clown on the head several times. Il Matto complains that his watch is broken, then collapses and dies. The killing breaks Gelsomina's spirit and she becomes apathetic. Some years later, he overhears a woman singing a tune Gelsomina often played.
He learns that the woman's father had found Gelsomina on the beach and kindly taken her in. However, she had wasted away and died. Fellini's creative process for La Strada started with vague feelings, "a kind of tone," he said, "that lurked, which made me melancholy and gave me a diffused sense of guilt, like a shadow hanging over me. This feeling suggested two people who stay together, although it will be fatal, and they don't know why.
I was influenced by her childhood photographs, so elements of Gelsomina reflect a ten-year-old Giulietta. A pig castrator lived there who was known as a womanizer: according to Fellini, "This man took all the girls in town to bed with him; once he left a poor idiot girl pregnant and everyone said the baby was the devil's child.
I was directing I vitelloniand Tullio had gone to see his family in Turin. At that time, there was no autostrada between Rome and the north and so you had to drive through the mountains. Along one of the tortuous winding roads, he saw a man pulling a carrettaa sort of cart covered in tarpaulin A tiny woman was pushing the cart from behind.
When he returned to Rome, he told me what he'd seen and his desire to narrate their hard lives on the road. It was the same story I'd imagined but with a crucial difference: mine focused on a little traveling circus with a slow-witted young woman named Gelsomina. So we merged my flea-bitten circus characters with his smoky campfire mountain vagabonds. When La Strada - James Last - Melodies Of The Century (Vinyl read the script for La Stradahe began to weep, raising Fellini's hopes, only to have them dashed when the producer announced that the screenplay was like great literature, but that "as a film this wouldn't make a lira.
It's not cinema. His first choice was the actor Moraldo Rossi, who was a member of Fellini's social circle and had the right type of personality and athletic physique, but Rossi wanted to be the assistant director, not a performer. Ultimately, Fellini drew his three leading players from people associated with the film Donne Proibite Angels of Darknessdirected by Giuseppe Amatoin which Masina played the very different role of a madam.
According to Quinn: "I was thunderstruck by it. I told them the film was a masterpiece, and that the same director was the man who had been chasing me for weeks. Fellini was particularly taken with Basehart, who reminded the director of Charlie Chaplin. When asked why by the surprised Basehart, who had never before played the part of a clown, Fellini responded: "Because, if you did what you did in Fourteen Hours you can do anything.
Production started in Octoberbut had to be halted within weeks when Masina dislocated her ankle during the convent scene with Quinn. The delay caused the entire production schedule to be revised, and cinematographer Carlo Carlini, who had a prior commitment, had to be replaced by Otello Martellia long-time favorite of Fellini's. The new schedule caused a conflict for Anthony Quinn, who was signed to play the title role in Attilaa epicalso produced by De Laurentiis and directed by Pietro Francisci.
Despite an extremely tight budget, production supervisor Luigi Giacosi was able to rent a small circus run by a man named Savitri, a strongman and fire-eater who coached Quinn on circus jargon and the technical aspects of chain-breaking.
Funding shortages required Giacosi to improvise in response to Fellini's demands. When filming continued into spring, Giacosi was able to re-create the wintry scenes by piling thirty bags of plaster onto all the bedsheets he could find to simulate a snowscape. Fellini was a notorious perfectionist,  and this could be trying for his cast. They should have laughed at you. So in the morning we do it again. He cut her hair by putting a bowl on her head and shearing off anything that wasn't covered up, afterwards plastering what remained with soap to give it a "spiky, untidy look," then "flicked talc into her face to give it the pallor of a kabuki performer.
Why are you so hard on me? Under Fellini's agreement with his producers, budget overruns had to come out of his own pocket, cutting into any profit potential. Buy us a coffee and we'll forget about them. While shooting the final scenes on the wharf of FiumicinoFellini suffered a severe bout of clinical depression, a condition that he and his associates tried to keep secret.
As was the common practice for Italian films at the time, shooting was done without sound; dialogue was added later along with music and sound effects. For instance, a line of fifteen words equals an enumeration of up La Strada - James Last - Melodies Of The Century (Vinyl thirty. The actor merely counts till thirty: See how sad she is, see her tears?
Oh, the poor wretch! You want to comfort her? Don't turn away; go to her. Ah, she doesn't want you, does she? Go to her anyway! That's how he's able He does part of the acting for the actors. Since Quinn and Basehart did not speak Italian, both were dubbed in the original release. Fellini scholar Thomas Van Order has pointed out that Fellini is equally free in the treatment of ambient sound in his films, preferring to cultivate what Chion La Strada - James Last - Melodies Of The Century (Vinyl, "a subjective sense of point of audition,"  in which what is heard on screen mirrors a particular character's perceptions, as opposed to the visible reality of the scene.
As an example, ducks and chickens appear on the screen throughout Gelsomina's conversation with the nun, but, reflecting the girl's growing sense of enlightenment concerning her place in the world, the quacking and clucking of barnyard fowl dissolves into the chirping of songbirds. The visual track of the English-language version of La Strada was identical to the original Italian version, but the audio track was completely re-edited under the supervision of Carol and Peter Riethof at Titra Sound Studios in New York, without any involvement by Fellini.
The entire score for La Strada was written by Nino Rota after principal photography was completed. In practice, Fellini shot his films while playing taped music because, as he explained in a interview, "it puts you in a strange dimension in which your fantasy stimulates you". Rita Kempley, Washington Post. Tullio Cicciarelli of Il Lavoro nuovo saw the film as "an unfinished poem," left unfinished deliberately by the filmmaker for fear that "its essence be lost in the callousness of critical definition, or in the ambiguity of classification,"  while Ermanno Continin of Il Secolo XIX praised Fellini as "a master story-teller":.
The narrative is light and harmonious, drawing its essence, resilience, uniformity and purpose from small details, subtle annotations and soft tones that slip naturally into the humble plot of a story apparently void of action. But how much meaning, how much ferment enrich this apparent simplicity. It is all there although not always clearly evident, not always interpreted with full poetical and human eloquence: it is suggested with considerable delicacy and sustained by a subtle emotive force.
Others saw it differently. When the Venice Film Festival jury awarded La Strada the Silver Lion while ignoring Luchino Visconti 's Sensoa physical brawl broke out when Visconti's assistant Franco Zeffirelli started blowing a whistle during Fellini's acceptance speech, only to be attacked by Moraldo Rossi.
We have declared, and do declare, that it is wrong ; its perspective is wrong. The Venice premiere began "in an inexplicably chilly atmosphere," according to Tino Ranieri, and "the audience, who rather disliked it as the screening began, seemed to change opinion slightly toward the end, yet the movie didn't receive—in any sense of the word—the response that it deserved.
Reviewing for Corriere della SeraArturo Lanocita argued that the film " Fellini seems to have preferred shadow where marked contrast would have been more effective. Fellini biographer Tullio Kezich observed that Italian critics "make every effort to find faults with [Fellini's] movie after the opening in Venice. Some say that it starts out okay but then the story completely unravels. Others recognize the pathos in the end, but don't like the first half. Its French release the next year found a warmer reception.
Fellini attains a summit rarely reached by other film directors: style at the service of the artist's mythological universe. This example once more proves that the cinema has less need of technicians—there are too many already—than of creative intelligence. To create such a film, the author must have had not only a considerable gift for expression but also a deep understanding of certain spiritual problems.
In his March review for Arts magazine, Jean Aurel cited Giulietta Masina's performance as "directly inspired by the best in Chaplin, but with a freshness and sense of timing that seem to have been invented for this film alone.
A lot like life. In this quasi-Shakespearean universe, however, anything can happen. The film should be accepted for its strange fragility and its often too colourful, almost artificial moments, or else totally rejected. If we try to analyze Fellini's film, its fragmentary quality becomes immediately evident and we are obliged to treat each fragment, each personal comment, each secret confession separately. Weiler was especially complimentary of Quinn: "Anthony Quinn is excellent as the growling, monosyllabic and apparently ruthless strong man, whose tastes are primitive and immediate.
But his characterization is sensitively developed so that his innate loneliness shows through the chinks of his rough exterior, La Strada - James Last - Melodies Of The Century (Vinyl. In a interview, Fellini reported that Masina had received over a thousand letters from abandoned women whose husbands had returned to them after seeing the film and that she had also heard from many people with disabilities who had gained a new sense of self-worth after viewing the film: "Such letters come from all over the world".
In later years, Fellini explained that from "a sentimental point of view," he was "most attached" to La Strada : "Above all, because I feel that it is my most representative film, the one that is the most autobiographical; for both personal and sentimental reasons, because it is the film that I had the greatest trouble in realizing and that gave me the most difficulty when it came time to find a producer.
I learned more about film acting in three months with Fellini than I'd learned in all the movies I'd made before then. Critic Roger Ebert, in his book The Great Movieshas described the current critical consensus as holding that La Strada was the high point of Fellini's career and that, after this film, "his work ran wild through the jungles of Freudian, Christian, sexual and autobiographical excess".
The years since its initial release have solidified the high estimation of La Strada. Inthe Catholic Church 's Pontifical Commission for Social Communications issued a list of 45 films representing a " Vernon Young, Hudson Review. During Fellini's early film career, he was closely associated with the movement known as neorealism a set of films produced by the La Strada - James Last - Melodies Of The Century (Vinyl film industry during the post-World War II period, particularly —,  and characterized by close attention to social context, a sense of historical immediacy, political commitment to progressive social change, and an anti-Fascist ideology.
It is a program, to show only certain aspects of life". The film has found its way into popular music, too. Bob Dylan and Kris Kristofferson have mentioned the film as an inspiration for their songs " Mr. Tambourine Man " and " Me and Bobby McGee ", respectively,   and a Serbian rock band took the film's name as their own. The New York stage has seen two productions derived from the film. A musical based on the film opened on Broadway on 14 Decemberbut closed after one performance.
After traveling to Rome in an unsuccessful attempt to meet with Fellini, she created a one-woman play, In Search of Fellini. The name Zampano was used as a major character in the novel House of Leavesas an old man who wrote film critique. The protagonist's mother is also named Pelofina, after Gelsomina. La Strada won more than fifty international awards, including an Oscar in for Best Foreign Language Film, the first recipient in that category.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from La Strada film. For other uses, see La Strada disambiguation. Theatrical release poster. Release date. Running time. Retrieved 28 September Retrieved 24 October Ebert Digital LLC. Retrieved 6 October Jackson: University of Mississippi Press.
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. I, Fellini. New York: Random House. Turner Entertainment Networks. Retrieved 21 September Federico Fellini: The Complete Films.
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