Dolce

La Dolce Vita (1960)

La Dolce Vita first published by Movie Gazette  The picaresque antihero of La Dolce Vita, Fellini’s bittersweet portrait of the ‘good life’ in sixties Rome, is Marcello (Marcello Mastroiani), an intellectual who has given up serious writing to become a society journalist for a right-wing tabloid. His loving fiancée Emma (Yvonne Furneaux) wants to make a…

Jodorowsky

A Brief Guide to Alejandro Jodorowsky

First published by Little White Lies, Issue 65, May/June 2016 (dedicated to Nicolas Winding Refn and The Neon Demon) In seven [and now an eighth] avant-garde directorial features spread across five decades, Chilean-born Alejandro Jodorowsky has, in his own inimitable way, allegorised the ordeals of life, the paths of reality and the masks of identity. His…