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In den er-Jahren wächst in einer italienischen Kleinstadt an der Adria der jährige Titta heran - genervt von seinen streitenden Eltern, gelangweilt von seinen Lehrern - und ständig aufgereizt von den aufregenden Frauen des Städtchens. Amarcord ist ein Film des italienischen Regisseurs Federico Fellini aus dem Jahr Der Titel des Films ist eine Verschleifung von „A m'arcord“, das bedeutet. Das Ensemble Amarcord (Eigenschreibweise: amarcord) ist ein Vokalensemble aus Leipzig. Es zählt heute zu den führenden Vokalensembles. Home · News · Über uns · Über uns · Download · Kalender · MEDIEN · Hören · Sehen · Bestellen · Programme · Programme · amarcord pur · a cappella Festival​. Details. Konzert im Rahmen des Festivals "Sommertöne" Das Konzert findet statt, ist aber schon ausverkauft. Es gibt einen Zusatztermin um 16 Uhr. Infos &.

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He frequently films the sizable features of the actors in extreme close-up contributing to the film's overstated visuals.

Fellini was notorious for his preference of using actors with strange and unusual faces. He favored grotesqueness over craft for the most part.

The majority of the cast were selected from amateur groups all over Northern Italy. Erratic personalities who consistently insist on indulging their illusions.

The film uses an on-screen narrator who comments directly into the camera about Rimini's storied past. The pedantic commentator's articulate and austere tone is comically undercut by some off-screen antics.

Ill-timed, loud raspberries; well-tossed snowballs; general heckling, etc. In the course of the film, an array of odd processions confront the spectator from every conceivable angle.

Several of Fellini's films share this infinite movement of characters. Much of the scenario is taken up by the presentation of these large groups of comic figures as they interact around town.

Endearing misfits who seem to fit perfectly in the director's unconventional universe. One may not know where Fellini is heading half the time, but that's part of his lasting appeal.

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Rate This. A series of comedic and nostalgic vignettes set in a s Italian coastal town. Director: Federico Fellini.

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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Won 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Pupella Maggio Miranda Armando Brancia Gradisca as Magali' Noel Ciccio Ingrassia Teo Nando Orfei Patacca Luigi Rossi Lawyer Bruno Zanin Titta Gianfilippo Carcano Baravelli Josiane Tanzilli La Volpina Maria Antonietta Beluzzi Tobacconist Giuseppe Ianigro Grandpa Ferruccio Brembilla Philosophy Professor Ferdinando Villella Learn more More Like This.

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From a window, the Fascist bigwig Ferruccio Brembilla fires his pistol into the air. The local aristocrat and his decrepit wife raise a toast to the dying flames.

Schoolboys drag Volpina near the cinders then swing her back and forth in rhythm to the blind accordionist's tune.

A motorcyclist roars through the glowing coals. Women scoop the scattered embers into pans as the town lawyer Luigi Rossi appears walking his bicycle.

He addresses the camera to explain choice tidbits of the town's history. A florid suite of raspberries interrupts him and he departs in a huff.

Zeus Franco Magno , the red-haired crusty schoolmaster, presides over an official class photograph. After showing us a wall hung with the portraits of the king, the pope and Mussolini, Fellini serves up a sequence of classroom antics involving Titta, Gigliozzi Bruno Lenzi , Ovo Bruno Scagnetti and Ciccio Fernando de Felice , the class fat boy who has a crush on Aldina Donatella Gambini , a lovely brunette.

If the schoolboys are stereotypical delinquents, their teachers are ridiculous. During her inane lessons on Giotto 's perspective, the art teacher Fides Stagni dips a breakfast biscuit in milk.

Expanding her voluptuous chest, the feral-faced maths teacher Dina Adorni demonstrates an algebraic formula.

Clicking tongue and palate to pronounce a syllable, the Italian teacher Mario Silvestri is reduced to hysterics by Ovo's parody of him.

Myopic religion instructor Don Balosa Gianfilippo Carcano wipes his glasses and drones on while half the class sneaks out for a smoke in the toilets.

When workers at Aurelio's construction site invite her to join them, the foreman promptly sends her off. Mortar, an old brick-maker, is asked to recite his new poem entitled Bricks :.

Aurelio replies with a homily on the virtues of hard work. During dinner with his family, Aurelio explodes when news arrives that Titta urinated on the neighbour's hat.

The ensuing squabble builds into a delirious domestic fit. Titta and his gang follow Gradisca on her promenade under the arcades and, when that proves fruitless, flatten their noses against an irate merchant's shop window.

Lallo and his fellow Don Juans spot a carriage-load of new prostitutes on their way to the local brothel. The news spreads like wildfire to the town's male population.

The main concerns of Don Balosa, who doubles as the town priest, are floral arrangements and making sure his schoolboys avoid masturbation.

At confession he warns Titta that "Saint Louis cries when you touch yourself. A dirty dust cloud announces the visit of the federale during a parade led by the local gerarca.

Following behind him are the maths teacher and her colleagues, rejuvenated by Fascist rhetoric. Now in uniform, Lallo joins the parade shouting "Mussolini's got balls this big!

Surreptitiously wired into the bell tower of the town church, a gramophone plays a recording of the Internationale but it is soon shot at and destroyed by gun-crazy Fascists.

Owing to his anarchist past, Aurelio is brought in for questioning and forced to drink castor oil.

He limps home in a nauseous state to be washed by Miranda. We discover later that it was Lallo who betrayed him. In a series of fantasy sequences at the Grand Hotel, Gradisca is encouraged to bed the Fascist high official in return for government funds to rebuild the town's harbour while pimple-faced Biscein recounts the night he made love to twenty-eight women in the visiting sultan's harem.

The Grand Hotel also provides the backdrop to Lallo's gang of mother-controlled layabouts who obsessively pursue middle-aged female tourists.

One summer afternoon, the family visits Uncle Teo Ciccio Ingrassia , Aurelio's brother, confined to an insane asylum. They take him out for a day in the country but he escapes into a tree yelling, " Voglio una donna!

All attempts to bring him down are met with stones that Teo carries in his pockets. A dwarf nun and two orderlies finally arrive on the scene.

Marching up the ladder, the nun reprimands Teo, who obediently agrees to return to the asylum.

The town's inhabitants embark in small boats to meet the passage of the SS Rex , the regime's proudest technological achievement.

By midnight they have fallen asleep waiting for its arrival. Awakened by a foghorn, they watch in awe as the liner sails past, capsizing their boats in its wake.

Titta's grandfather wanders lost in a disorienting fog so thick it seems to smother the house and the autumnal landscape. Walking out to the Grand Hotel, Titta and his friends find it boarded up.

Like zombies, they waltz on the terrace with imaginary female partners enveloped in the fog. The annual car race provides the occasion for Titta to daydream of winning the grand prize, Gradisca.

One evening the buxom tobacconist is about to close up shop when Titta tries to cadge a cigarette. She ignores him but he catches her interest by boasting that he can lift her.

Daring him to try, she's aroused when he succeeds. Setting her down again, he goes to sit breathlessly in a corner as she draws the shop's iron shutter and exposes a breast, overwhelming Titta by her sheer size.

The teenager's awkward efforts end with him being suffocated by the very objects of his desire. Losing all interest, she sends him away after giving him the cigarette for free.

On the cusp of winter, Titta falls sick and is tended by his mother. As Gradisca makes her way to church in the town square, Titta follows in hot pursuit and is almost run over by the motorcyclist bombing through a labyrinth of snow.

On a visit to comfort his ailing mother in hospital, she tells him that it's time he matured. A friendly snow fight breaks out between Lallo, Gradisca, and the schoolboys but is quickly interrupted by a piercing bird call.

They watch mesmerized as a peacock, on the rim of a frozen fountain, shows off his magnificent tail. Titta wakes to find the house in mourning: Miranda has died.

Locking himself in his mother's bedroom, he breaks down and cries. After the funeral he walks out to the quay just as the puffballs return drifting on the wind.

In a deserted field with half the village present, Gradisca celebrates her marriage to a balding pot-bellied officer.

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He excelled at constructing private worlds; distinct and spirited in their sense of community and place. In "Amarcord" childhood perceptions and improbable encounters are summoned via symbols, dreams, and illusions.

Similar to Pirandello, the nature of truth becomes suspect. Fellini does little to dispel this notion. He once stated that 'nothing stifles the imagination more than a good memory'.

Fabrication with Fellini often times blends imperceptibly with reality. Detailed vignettes of public school shenanigans; curious instruction; and the hyper-critical approach of the church.

Cinematographer Guiseppe Rotuno favors shooting with a short lense to exaggerate the perspective.

He frequently films the sizable features of the actors in extreme close-up contributing to the film's overstated visuals.

Fellini was notorious for his preference of using actors with strange and unusual faces. He favored grotesqueness over craft for the most part.

The majority of the cast were selected from amateur groups all over Northern Italy. Erratic personalities who consistently insist on indulging their illusions.

The film uses an on-screen narrator who comments directly into the camera about Rimini's storied past. The pedantic commentator's articulate and austere tone is comically undercut by some off-screen antics.

Ill-timed, loud raspberries; well-tossed snowballs; general heckling, etc. In the course of the film, an array of odd processions confront the spectator from every conceivable angle.

Several of Fellini's films share this infinite movement of characters. Much of the scenario is taken up by the presentation of these large groups of comic figures as they interact around town.

Endearing misfits who seem to fit perfectly in the director's unconventional universe. One may not know where Fellini is heading half the time, but that's part of his lasting appeal.

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Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings.

External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A series of comedic and nostalgic vignettes set in a s Italian coastal town.

Director: Federico Fellini. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist. Everything New on Netflix in June. Foreign Movies Watchlist.

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Won 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Pupella Maggio Miranda Armando Brancia Gradisca as Magali' Noel Ciccio Ingrassia Teo Nando Orfei Patacca Luigi Rossi Lawyer Bruno Zanin Titta Gianfilippo Carcano Baravelli Josiane Tanzilli La Volpina Maria Antonietta Beluzzi Tobacconist Giuseppe Ianigro Grandpa Ferruccio Brembilla Philosophy Professor Ferdinando Villella Learn more More Like This.

La Dolce Vita One evening the buxom tobacconist is about to close up shop when Titta tries to cadge a cigarette.

She ignores him but he catches her interest by boasting that he can lift her. Daring him to try, she's aroused when he succeeds.

Setting her down again, he goes to sit breathlessly in a corner as she draws the shop's iron shutter and exposes a breast, overwhelming Titta by her sheer size.

The teenager's awkward efforts end with him being suffocated by the very objects of his desire. Losing all interest, she sends him away after giving him the cigarette for free.

On the cusp of winter, Titta falls sick and is tended by his mother. As Gradisca makes her way to church in the town square, Titta follows in hot pursuit and is almost run over by the motorcyclist bombing through a labyrinth of snow.

On a visit to comfort his ailing mother in hospital, she tells him that it's time he matured. A friendly snow fight breaks out between Lallo, Gradisca, and the schoolboys but is quickly interrupted by a piercing bird call.

They watch mesmerized as a peacock, on the rim of a frozen fountain, shows off his magnificent tail. Titta wakes to find the house in mourning: Miranda has died.

Locking himself in his mother's bedroom, he breaks down and cries. After the funeral he walks out to the quay just as the puffballs return drifting on the wind.

In a deserted field with half the village present, Gradisca celebrates her marriage to a balding pot-bellied officer.

A man raises his glass and exclaims, "She's found her Gary Cooper! Released in Italy on 18 December , Amarcord was an "unmitigated success.

Almost all of Amarcord is a macabre dance against a cheerful background". The film was screened at the Cannes Film Festival , but wasn't entered into the main competition.

A year in the life of a coastal village, with due emphasis on the seasons, and the births, marriages and deaths. It is an Our Town or Under Milk Wood of the Adriatic seaboard, concocted and displayed in the Roman film studios with the latter-day Fellini's distaste for real stone and wind and sky.

The people, however, are real, and the many non-actors among them come in all the shapes and sizes one cares to imagine without plunging too deep into Tod Browning freak territory.

Rapidly picked up for international distribution after winning an Oscar for Best Foreign Film in , the film was destined to be Fellini's "last major commercial success".

It's an extravagantly funny, sometimes dreamlike evocation of a year in the life of a small Italian coastal town in the nineteen-thirties, not as it literally was, perhaps, but as it is recalled by a director with a superstar's access to the resources of the Italian film industry and a piper's command over our imaginations.

When Mr. Fellini is working in peak condition, as he is in Amarcord the vernacular for "I remember" in Romagna , he somehow brings out the best in us.

We become more humane, less stuffy, more appreciative of the profound importance of attitudes that in other circumstances would seem merely eccentric if not lunatic.

Critic Roger Ebert discussed Fellini's value as a director: "It's also absolutely breathtaking filmmaking.

Fellini has ranked for a long time among the five or six greatest directors in the world, and of them all, he's the natural. But Fellini He's the Willie Mays of movies.

The site's critical consensus reads, "Ribald, sweet, and sentimental, Amarcord is a larger-than-life journey through a seaside village and its colorful citizens.

In , Amarcord became the first film released for home video fully letterboxed , as implemented by RCA for their Capacitance Electronic Disc videodisc format.

Criterion re-issued the release on Blu-ray Disc in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the vocal ensemble, see Amarcord ensemble. Original movie poster, by John Alcorn.

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Grazzini's review was first published in Corriere della sera , 19 December Retrieved 27 April Davies' review first published in The London Observer , 29 September Last Retrieved 22 February.

Chicago Sun-Times , film review, 19 September Last Retrieved 22 February Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 8 March National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.

Retrieved 16 May Retrieved 10 December The Moviegoing Experience, — Retrieved 3 February Federico Fellini filmography.

L'Amore "The Miracle" segment, Awards for Amarcord. David di Donatello Award for Best Film.

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