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I Vitelloni Review

Hollow dreamers and ambitious deceit mark I Vitelloni as a unique feature hoping to prey on the ideation of its audience. To get to the core of their hopes and dreams is the desire, and the effect it causes once there is remarkable. Community spirit brought together by the intimacy of wandering through a town. Starting on the pier, snaking through the tables and the people, there is a custom to Federico Fellini’s direction here that brings about the intimacy required to connect with those who dream of bigger and better futures. But what good are aspirations if they’re turned to gluttony and self-preservation? I Vitelloni hopes to uncover not the conclusion, but the journey to the realisation of absurdity.

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