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La cité des femmes [Blu-ray] [Edizione: Germania]
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Lors d'un voyage en train, le vieux séducteur Snaporaz se sent attiré par une femme qu'il n'hésite pas à suivre dans un mystérieux hôtel où se déroule un congrès de féministes qui réunit tous les types de femmes. Intimidé par l'agressivité exubérante des militantes, il se réfugie dans le manoir d'un Don Juan aux dix mille conquêtes...
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Tra il reale e il sogno il film ripercorre le vicende del caro Marcello Mastroianni in un mondo surreale.
Il reparto Audio ma sopratutto video la fanno da padroni regalandoci immagini di alta qualità rapportate all'anno della pellicola.
Come sempre Gaumont riesce a stupirci con questi recuperi video ad alto livello.
Ma noi italiani dobbiamo sempre farci soffiare il naso dalle case distributrici estere?
Dopo si perde un po', diventa secondo me un po' interlocutorio e gira a vuoto, indeciso tra la critica visionaria e surreale al femminismo, e la capitolazione del maschio alla donna.
Ma comunque offre altri e alti momenti, come solo un'accoppiata magica come questa poteva offrire.
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He revels in their intuitive and instinctual side and the fecund, earth mother basis. Certainly the large part of him that exists as an artist is wholly situated in the sphere inhabited by the female sex. "City of Women" is a surreal, dream-like evocation of this world and Fellini's draw to it. He is, of course, shut out from it though because he is of the male sex and the closest he was ever enfolded within it was when he was a child and mothered there. This was not the huge hit in the USA that "8 1/2" was which is a shame but now you have the chance to make up for its too brief theatrical release in the USA shortly after it was released in 1980. This film was shot in glorious, surreal colors.
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The women appear lovely and harmless at first until little things set them off with Snaporaz always the target of their aggression. Fellini even goes so far as having many of the women in different scenes growl and grunt in an animalistic manner whether it's sexual or aggressive.
My favorite scene involves the junkie nymphet delinquents. Its plays out like an elaborate 80s music video or a scene from an Argento horror flick. I can't get enough of that great Italian disco track that they play during their joyride.
Fellini's films are pure eye candy, absolute viewing experiences with all sense of cohesion thrown to the wind. City Of Women is no exception. Although it does not always reflect women in a positive light, City of Women truly is a wonderful film and a testament to an absolutely brilliant filmmaker. Fully immerse yourself in this opulent, indulgent film extravaganza and prepare to be mesmerized.
City of Women is about women, specifically feminists. Women were always one of Fellini's favorite topics, and this film is his attempt to understand the various (often contradictory) aspects of the feminist movement (or movements). As such it's rambling, with no real center or plot to speak of. Marcello Mastroianni (Fellini's favorite alter-ego) plays womanizer Snaporaz, who, upon following a woman off of a train, winds up in the midst of a kind of feminist convention. After roller-skating down some stairs and bumming a ride with a nymphomaniac and some junkies young enough to be his granddaughters, he winds up in a kind of temple to womanizing. It's a strange film.
This film doesn't approach the experimental or lyrical depths of its successor, And The Ship Sails On, but in my opinion it's superior to its predecessor, Orchestra Rehearsal.
The DVD has a decent transfer and a few extras: a brief interview with Fellini (always a treat) and a featurette containing interviews with some Fellini associates and scholars. A decent DVD of a decent film.
The DVD is impressive as well. The quality of this late 70s film is as good as can be expected, but to see it in widescreen is amazing. The documentaries that accompany the movie are fascinating, if very humorous. In the 20 minute documentary, two film historians and one director (Paul Mazursky) cannot agree on the most important moment in the film, and it is different from the Fellini interview printed in the inner flier. It is a great package all together