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Review of Roma
by Justin Purwitsky
Posted on June 21st, 2020
Positive 9
Overall Rating
first off i'd just like to mention that i had sen this film before, twice, and it was nothing as i remembered it. i thought it was a collage of scenes of life in rome, with no story or dialogue at all. that's at least what i remembered. i was wrong. there is dialogie and acting and there is a story. somewhat. it tells of rome, how it used to be and how it has changed. it goes for back in the past until modern day (1972) rome. it is the story of rome from one man's perspective and that man is federico fellini. being fellini. this film is done like no one else could. i couldn't tell if i was watching a documentary or a fiction film. at times you could tell it was fiction but most of the time i couldn't grasp if what i was watching was really happening and fellini was there with his camera crew to capture it. i'm still not sure if some of these scenes were real and it's left me baffled (research this i will). this structure of filmmaking makes for a very interesting watch; it's a fascinating look at rome and an ultimately very satisfying film when it ends. i thought at the beginning of the film that it was a little slow and that i wouldn't so much enjoy it but it just built and built and each scene was more 'otherwordly' and more fascinating than the next. sure it could be maybe 20 minutes shorter and sure a scene or two drag on for maybe a beat or two to long but it doesn't matter because by the time this film ends you can't stop watching and when it's over you could do with some more. this was truly a unique experience and again i can't believe how much my memory of this film differs from the actual thing. production design: 10 out of 10 cinematography: 9 out of 10 re-playability: 7 out of 10 originality: 10 out of 10 costumes: 10 out of 10 directing: 9 out of 10 editing: 8 out of 10 acting: 9 out of 10 music: 10 out of 10 script: 8 out of 10 90/100

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