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I Vitelloni


Franco Interlenghi, Alberto Sordi, Franco Fabrizi, Leopoldo Trieste View All


Federico Fellini (Director), Federico Fellini (Screenplay) View All

Release: Aug. 26th, 1953
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
Five young men dream of success as they drift lazily through life in a small Italian village. Fausto, the group's leader, is a womanizer; Riccardo craves fame; Alberto is a hopeless dreamer; Moraldo fantasizes about life in the city; and Leopoldo is an aspiring playwright. As Fausto chases a string of women, to the horror of his pregnant wife, the other four blunder their way from one uneventful experience to the next.
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About: A 'slice of life' character study of five young men from a small Italian town who learn about life, love, responsibility and growing up.
This is a film about that experience, among many other things, and I always find it interesting and fulfilling when a film stumbles into your life and just the right time, especially one as good as this film by a filmmaker as remarkable as this filmmaker.


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