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Saturday September 22 2018

YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW (IERI, OGGI, DOMANI)

Sat, Sep 22 10:00 AM (119 min)
Mastroianni + Loren x 3: the duo light up this breezy triptych of tales about love, sex, and class. De Sica’s Oscar-winning charmer deftly combines naughty bedroom comedy with neorealist social commentary.
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Sat, Sep 22 1:00 PM (138 min)
In Federico Fellini’s monumental landmark of Italian cinema, Mastroianni anchors an irresistible mélange of behind-the-scenes farce, marital tragicomedy, surrealist theological vignettes, poeticized flashbacks, and elaborate projections of private fantasies.
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A SPECIAL DAY (UNA GIORNATA PARTICOLARE)

Sat, Sep 22 3:30 PM (106 min)
May 8, 1938: all of Rome is turning out to see the spectacle of Hitler’s visit to Italy. Among the few not attending are a harried housewife and mother-of-six (Sophia Loren) and her across-the-way neighbor (Mastroianni, Oscar-nominated), a suicidal ex-radio announcer.
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LA DOLCE VITA

Sat, Sep 22 6:00 PM (120 min)
Marcello Mastroianni, is one of his signature roles, is the film’s protagonist, a world-weary gossip columnist and would-be serious writer utterly compromised by the amorality and debauchery of the New Babylon in which he lives. Anita Ekberg co-stars as the latest Hollywood sex goddess, come to Italy to star in a Biblical epic; her foray into the Trevi Fountain is one of modern cinema’s most iconic scenes.
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VIA VENETO PARTY

Sat, Sep 22 9:00 PM (90 min)
The "Via Veneto Party" is inspired by the most famous street of Roma that was immortalized in "La Dolce Vita". Vivacious, star-studded, larger-than-life – and a place to see and be seen – Via Veneto is a vibrant and unforgettable character in itself. Featuring Roman food and wine. Live entertainment.
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DIVORCE ITALIAN STYLE (DIVORZIO ALL'ITALIANA)

Sat, Sep 22 10:30 PM (105 min)
Marcello Mastroianni plays an impoverished, bored Sicilian aristocrat who hatches an elaborate scheme to murder his wife after inveigling her into an adulterous affair. According to Italian custom, he would be justified in killing her, by defending his “honor,” (divorce being forbidden in Italy). Conveniently he would be then free to marry his young, beautiful cousin, who seems to return his affections, right up to the film’s final, wicked shot.
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