In the third episode, Marcello is in the company of a famous movie star, Sylvia (Anita Ekberg), and escorts her while at night she wanders through the streets of Rome. In the video, the unforgettable Trevi fountain scene.
La Dolce Vita
La Dolce Vita is a 1960 film directed by Federico Fellini, winner of the Palme d'Or at the 13th Cannes Film Festival and of an Academy Award for the Costumes.
It is one of the most famous films in the history of cinema. It is usually referred to as the point of transition from the early neorealistic to Fellini's subsequent art films. La Dolce Vita consists of 7 episodes following Marcello Mastroianni as Marcello Rubini, a journalist in Rome.
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Sylvia, che fai?
Sylvia, what are you doing?
No, tesoro, ma dove lo trovo il latte a quest'ora...
No, honey, but where shall I find milk at this time ...
Sylvia! Sylvia, dai, dove vai con quel gatto? Roma è piena di gatti... se ci mettiamo a cercare ... vieni qua, fermati! Andiamo!
Sylvia! Sylvia, come on, where are you going with that cat? Rome is full of cats ... if we go looking for ... come here, stop! Come on!
Ma che ne sai tu dove sta la latteria! Guarda, aspettami in macchina, ci vado io!
But what do you know of where a dairy is! Look, wait in the car, I'll go!
Ci vado io! Vai!
I'll go! GO!
Scusi, sa dov'è una latteria? Una latteria... va bene, va bene, grazie!
Excuse me, do you know where a dairy is? A dairy ... okay, okay, thank you!
Sì, Sylvia, vengo anch'io! vengo anch'io!
Yes, Sylvia, I'm coming too! I'm coming too!
Ma sì, ha ragione lei, sto sbagliando tutto! Stiamo sbagliando tutti!
But yes, she's right, I'm doing it all wrong! We are all wrong!
Sylvia, Sylvia, ma chi sei?
Sylvia, Sylvia, but who are you?