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Italy · 1987
1h 47m
Director Federico Fellini
Starring Sergio Rubini, Antonella Ponziani, Maurizio Mein, Paola Liguori
Genre Comedy, Drama

In this self-referential documentary and love letter to cinema, legendary filmmaker Federico Fellini is working on his next movie, and a Japanese film crew decides to make a documentary of his process. The crew goes behind the scenes as Fellini tells the story of how he fell in love with moviemaking as a young boy.

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TV Guide Magazine by

INTERVISTA play as an enjoyable, lightweight entertainment, filled with the usual Felliniesque characters, faces, and situations.


Boston Globe by Jay Carr

It's a relief that when Fellini decided to sum up his career, he still had enough left to do it so wittily, jauntily and with such expansiveness of spirit. Lovely stuff, just lovely. [19 Feb 1993, p.30]


Chicago Tribune by Johanna Steinmetz

While Intervista will appeal mostly to the dedicated cineaste who can appreciate its many inside jokes, Fellini displays such a ravishing range of technique and assurance that even more casual moviegoers must view this film with awe. [26 Mar 1993, p.J]


The Seattle Times by John Hartl

The mixture of nostalgia, surreal fantasy, self-parody and contemporary satire is seamlessly Fellini-esque. The style has become so recognizable that it's become difficult to separate Fellini from the national postwar cinema he helped create. [17 Jun 1993, p.E5]


Los Angeles Times by Kenneth Turan

Part Valentine, part memory lane, “Intervista” may not qualify as a great film, but it is the kind of film only a great filmmaker could create.


Chicago Sun-Times by Roger Ebert

Intervista is not a very organized movie, and long stretches seem pointless and uninspired. It would not be of much interest, I imagine, to anyone who was not familiar with Fellini's earlier films.


Seattle Post-Intelligencer by William Arnold

In typical Fellini fashion, there is much frantic activity - no less than three films-within-the-film, several surrealist sequences that come out of nowhere, and many scenes that deliberately make reference to, and comment upon, the director's life and past films. [17 Jun 1993]

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