The first section of "The Via Veneto Papers" is an evocation of the Rome of "La Dolce Vita, " of the early stages in the writing and the realizing of the film itself, and, through a series of brilliant little sketches, a commemoration of the aging poet Vincenzo Cardarelli, skeptical survivor from an earlier time, representative of an altogether different life. "Occasional Notebooks" comprises the second section and the third section is an interview given by Flaiano shortly before his death.Über den Autor:
Ennio Flaiano (5 March 1910 in Pescara - 20 November 1972 in Rome), was an Italian screenwriter, playwright, novelist, journalist and drama critic. He is best known for his work with Federico Fellini.
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