History Film / Amarcord

12th Jul '17 3:41:01 PM eroock
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* BedsheetLadder: Pimple-faced Biscein climbs one to get to the Sultan's twenty-eight women.



* ImagineSpot

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* ImagineSpotImagineSpot: Titta imagining himself to be a famous racer, adored by a group of female fans.



* MarshmallowHell
* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The unexpected illness and death of Titta's mother interupts the slapstick.]]

** [[spoiler: This also happens when Titto's father is dragged in for questioning by the Black Shirts and forced to drink castor oil. The mood changes abruptly again when the father is being bathed by his wife after soiling himself and Titto laughs and asks why he stinks.(Presumably not realizing what had happened).]]

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* MarshmallowHell
MarshmallowHell: Titta gets pressed against the huge breasts of the buxom tobacconist after betting he could lift her (and is encouraged to suck on them, but end up complaining he can't breath).
* MoodWhiplash: MoodWhiplash:
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[[spoiler: The unexpected illness and death of Titta's mother interupts interrupts the slapstick.]]

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** [[spoiler: This also happens when Titto's Titta's father is dragged in for questioning by the Black Shirts and forced to drink castor oil. The mood changes abruptly again when the father is being bathed by his wife after soiling himself and Titto Titta laughs and asks why he stinks.(Presumably not realizing what had happened).]]



* RandomEventsPlot: The film is extremely episodic as it simply recounts a single year in a town.

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* RandomEventsPlot: The film is extremely episodic as it simply recounts a single year in a town.QuirkyTown.



* ToiletHumor

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* ToiletHumorToiletHumor: Involving farts.
* UntranslatedTitle: "Amarcord" is a Romagnol neologism for "I Remember".
28th Jul '14 8:24:45 AM Eegah
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* RandomEventsPlot: The film is extremely episodic as it simply recounts a single year in a town.
4th Mar '14 1:00:54 PM m8e
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How does one go about describing such a movie? This is surely among FedericoFellini's best movies, exquisitely filmed and with a haunting soundtrack (by Nino Rota) that might follow you for the rest of your life. It is also a movie so fantastically nostalgic, filled with wondrous, larger-than-life characters, with an almost universal appeal. It's probably one of those movies that's best experienced.

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How does one go about describing such a movie? This is surely among FedericoFellini's Creator/FedericoFellini's best movies, exquisitely filmed and with a haunting soundtrack (by Nino Rota) that might follow you for the rest of your life. It is also a movie so fantastically nostalgic, filled with wondrous, larger-than-life characters, with an almost universal appeal. It's probably one of those movies that's best experienced.
23rd Jun '13 11:11:20 PM Trippetta
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* ManChild: Titto's uncle, who has developmental problems and lives in an institution out in the country.
23rd Jun '13 10:59:55 PM Trippetta
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* ToiletHumor
23rd Jun '13 10:58:03 PM Trippetta
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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The unexpected illness and death of Titta's mother interupts the slapstick.
::This also happens when Titto's father is dragged in for questioning by the Black Shirts and forced to drink castor oil. The mood changes abruptly again when the father is being bathed by his wife after soiling himself and Titto laughs and asks why he stinks.(Presumably not realizing what had happened).]]

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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The unexpected illness and death of Titta's mother interupts the slapstick.
::This
slapstick.]]

**[[spoiler: This
also happens when Titto's father is dragged in for questioning by the Black Shirts and forced to drink castor oil. The mood changes abruptly again when the father is being bathed by his wife after soiling himself and Titto laughs and asks why he stinks.(Presumably not realizing what had happened).]]
23rd Jun '13 10:56:38 PM Trippetta
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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The unexpected illness and death of Titta's mother interupts the slapstick]]
::[[spoiler: This also happens when Titto's father is dragged in for questioning by the Black Shirts and forced to drink castor oil. The mood changes abruptly again when the father is being bathed by his wife after soiling himself and Titto laughs and asks why he stinks.(Presumably not realizing what had happened).]]

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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The unexpected illness and death of Titta's mother interupts the slapstick]]
::[[spoiler: This
slapstick.
::This
also happens when Titto's father is dragged in for questioning by the Black Shirts and forced to drink castor oil. The mood changes abruptly again when the father is being bathed by his wife after soiling himself and Titto laughs and asks why he stinks.(Presumably not realizing what had happened).]]
23rd Jun '13 10:55:42 PM Trippetta
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* BumblingDad: Titto's father.



* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The death of Titta's mother]]

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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The unexpected illness and death of Titta's mother]]mother interupts the slapstick]]
::[[spoiler: This also happens when Titto's father is dragged in for questioning by the Black Shirts and forced to drink castor oil. The mood changes abruptly again when the father is being bathed by his wife after soiling himself and Titto laughs and asks why he stinks.(Presumably not realizing what had happened).]]
23rd Jun '13 10:47:19 PM Trippetta
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* AgeInappropriateDress: Titta who's well into his teens wears short pants and a childish cap.
23rd Jun '13 10:44:19 PM Trippetta
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* MoodWhiplash:

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* MoodWhiplash: [[spoiler: The death of Titta's mother]]
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