La dolce vita
Fellini fans, rejoice. Quite possibly the world's best known 'foreign-language' film, his 1960 La dolce vita is the latest beneficiary of Gucci and The Film Foundation's film restoration programme. Both ageless and utterly of its time in condemning the modern decadence it so stylishly flaunts, the film that coined the term paparazzo stars Marcello Mastroianni as jaded Marcello, a journalist pursuing the good life in Rome at the dawn of the 60s.
2hrs 54mins long