CINEMA NOTES
CINEMA NOTES
CINEMA NOTES

CINEMA NOTES

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PLEIN SOLEIL (René Clément, 1913–1996)
Suspense, intrigue and stolen identities on the Amalfi Coast, land of opulent jet setters. A sun-kissed Tom Ripley (Alain Delon) is a charming and charismatic imposter. He swiftly adjusts to his new identity and embraces the high life. Sipping chilled cocktails on yachts, driving fast cars along breath-taking corniches; a life to kill for. Tom made his dream come true but his disguise is about to be blown. We can be anything we want to be, but none of us can outsmart our own shadow. 

LA DOLCE VITA (Federico Fellini, 1920–1993)
Glamorous socialite parties, the flash of the paparazzi’s cameras, and the breathtaking arrival of the famous actress Sylvia (Anita Ekberg). Sophisticated and deliciously decadent Rome is a playground for dashing gossip columnist Marcello (Marcello Mastroianni). As if in a dream, he wanders through the film, frolics with sensuous Sylvia in the Fontana de Trevi. Yet Marcello yearns to write something serious and find life’s meaning. His search is as relevant today as it ever was. Life is as sweet as we make it.

THE VOYAGE (Vittorio de Sica, 1901–1974)
Love and drama under the Sicilian sun. Adriana (Sophia Loren) marries a man that she doesn’t love. To complicate matters, her heart belongs to Cesar (Richard Burton), her husband´s brother. In a twist of fate, her husband dies and a happy ending seems to be in sight - if it wasn’t for social morals and Adriana’s fragile health. With their time running out, they must choose between propriety or love. If you are passionate about something, follow your dreams. You never know what’s around the corner. 

Size: 90 x 134 mm
- Pages: 52
- Print: Dot grid
- Extras: Ruler
- Cover material: Screenprinted beige linen
- Interior: Mat uncoated white paper (90 g/m2)
- Saddle stitched with white coloured staples, rounded edges
- Embellishment: OCTAEVO crest stamped in gold