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A film by Roman Polanski, Italy/France/Germany 1972, 112’
Cast: Marcello Mastroianni, Sidney Rome, Romolo Valli, Hugh Griffith
Nancy, sheltering in a villa near Amalfi, becomes of the object of desire of its absurd and assorted inhabitants. Perhaps Polanski’s most dream-like and light-hearted film in which the spectator, like the protagonist, is surrounded by a enchanting location “in which everyone appears to play a game to which no one knows the rules:” As scintillating as Mozart (played in the film), as surreal as Magritte: Mastroianni is always at his ease with the chaos of dreams.
This tribute to Marcello Mastroianni has been organized in collaboration with Piccolo Cinema America and Roma Creative Contest.
A film club that’s also a festival with exclusive, authoritative programmes where you can meet cult directors of the big screen: CINEMA at MAXXI, the programme that has caught the attention of tens of thousands of people over the previous seasons, is this year again presenting film in all its myriad aspects, confirming that the seventh art may become a vital part of the activities of a museum devoted to contemporary creativity.
The proposals for this edition:
EXTRA major previews
TRIBUTES excellence to the fore
MASTERCLASS face to face with the protagonists
ALICE FAMILY the best of children’s film
A Fondazione Cinema per Roma and MAXXI co-production
27 May 2022
28 May 2022
07 June 2022