Fellini 8½ (Oito e Meio)
Fellini 8½ (Oito e Meio)

Fellini 8½ (Oito e Meio)

Áudio e legendas

Versão original com legendas

  • Áudio Italiano
  • Legendas Português
realização

Federico Fellini

Nacionalidade

Itália

Ano de produção

1963

Sobre o filme

Guido Anselmi é um famoso realizador à procura de descanso e um pouco de evasão numas famosas termas. Realidade e imaginação misturam-se na sua mente e o lugar que o deveria curar e relaxar, enche-se das personagens que fazem parte da sua vida. No set abandonado do último filme, começam a reaparecer as personagens da sua vida: Guido, no meio deles com o megafone, dá ordens e todos obedecem em harmonia, de mãos dadas, formando uma cordão humano que desfila com alegria sob as notas das marchas dos gladiadores.
Vencedor do Óscar de melhor filme estrangeiro em 1964, esta é a sua versão restaurada digitalmente pela Cineteca Nazionale de Roma.

Realização e elenco

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  • Desson Howe

    de Washington Post

    Director: Federico Fellini Cast: Marcello Mastroianni; Anouk Aimee; Claudia Cardinale; Barbara Steele; Sandra Milo NR Not rated Marketplace Online Shopping Compare prices for this movie Find local video stores WP yellowpages More movie shopping Save money with NextCard Visa Always feeding directly on his experiences for material, Federico Fellini had an autobiographical binge with "8½." The 1963 movie -- which marked eight and a half movies for Fellini (seven solos, three collaborations) -- was the director's unabashed gaze into the mirror. A vivid interspersing of fantasy and satire, it reflected ironically on Fellini's career -- with Marcello Mastroianni as his alter ego. Its entrancing combination of technical virtuosity and modish psychology won Fellini his third Academy Award for best foreign language film.

    9.5 9.5
  • Roger Ebert

    de Chicago Sun Times

    But "8 1/2" is a great film in its own way, and despite the efforts of several other filmmakers to make their own versions of the same story, it remains the definitive film about director's block.

    9.5 9.5
  • Almar Haflidason

    de The Guardian

    Why "8½"? With six solo films behind him and three collaborations (counting as a half each), this film was Fellini's 8½ movie. It is also perhaps his most introverted and self-referential. Despite its insular nature, it got under the skin of many and went on to win the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar of 1963. Marcello Mastroianni stars as a film director on the brink of making his next big movie, and possibly his first nervous breakdown. We join him at a health farm where mud baths, holy water, and bathing in springs have been recommended for his possible salvation. Along for the ride is the mistress who he's already bored with, and a whole array of memories that play before us in a slideshow interrupted by visitors desperate for guidance on his forthcoming film.

    9.0 9.0