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Amarcord (1973) Poster

(1973)

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The title is the phonetic translation of the words "Mi ricordo" (I remember) as spelled in the dialect of Rimini, the town in which the director Federico Fellini was born, and where the film is set. The correct spelling should be "A m'arcord".
The first movie ever released on home video in the "letterbox" format (on an RCA SelectaVision CED videodisc, January, 1984), preceding the letterbox laserdisc release of Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979) by eight months.
Director Federico Fellini has denied that the movie is autobiographical, but agreed that there are similarities with his own childhood.
Giacomo Leopardi (1798 -1837) was an Italian poet who came in touch with the main ideas of Enlightenment, and created poetic works, related to the Romantic movement, making him regarded as the greatest poet of modern Italy.
Although a clip from Beau Geste (1939) is seen, the posters featuring Gary Cooper promote two fictional films 'La valle dell'amore' ('The Valley of Love') and 'Il sole del deserto' ('The Desert Sun').
The Mille Miglia was a thousand mile endurance race conducted on open roads in Italy from 1927 - 1957.

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