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Yes of course, I tossed a coin in that damn fountain and made a wish. It was my first vacation alone. I had driven to Rome all by myself in the old, cancer eaten Beetle I had back then. 

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The Alphabet Murders (1965, UK; 1966, USA) - reviewed by George

I love Poirot. It started with a family vacation at a lake in Missouri. I was about 13, and there was no TV in our cabin, so we took turns reading a few chapters each night of “Sad Cypress” by Agatha Christie, featuring – Hercule Poirot. 323 more words


Un-Cannes-y Valley: La Dolce Vita

In my review of Nights of Cabiria, I noted that Federico Fellini grew more fantastical and whimsical with age, and he became forever less entombed in the limits of pure realism. 1,922 more words


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Swedish weekend. 

So ready to chill out à la Swedish 50s actress Anita Ekberg right now. #WeekendWhereAreYou


La Dolce Vita (1960): Movie Review, from Maxim's list of 300 Movies To Watch Before You Die.

“Marcello! Come here… Marcello!” Shouts the beautiful Anita Ekberg from the now infamous Trevi fountain in Rome. Little did Federico Fellini, the director of the film, know that the project he was working on in the late 1950s would get this famous and become a pop culture classic movie and status, all the while summing up on the various lists of google’s search engine of  763 more words