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Fellini - Satyricon [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Hiram Keller, Max Born, Martin Potter, Mario Romagnoli, Magali Noël
  • Réalisateurs : Federico Fellini
  • Format : Anamorphique, Closed-captioned, Couleur, NTSC, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, Import
  • Audio : Italien (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol, Français
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 2.35:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Mgm/Ua Studios
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 10 avril 2001
  • Durée : 128 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 1.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • ASIN: B000059H9C
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As famously described by its director, Fellini Satyricon is a science-fiction film, but one that looks backward into the past rather than forward into the future. One of Federico Fellini's most famous films, and a landmark of counter-culture cinema, Fellini Satyricon marked a radical new direction for the creator of La strada and La dolce vita.

Based loosely on Petronius's classical (and fragmentary) text, Fellini Satyricon plunges into ancient Roman society in its most debauched period, transforming the era of Nero into a landscape perhaps no more or less alien than the worlds Fellini himself inhabited... Europe at the end of the Sixties, and the dream-tapestry that augmented his own life and aided him in producing so many unforgettable films.

With its rich palette of hues and virtuosic composition within the 'Scope frame, Fellini Satyricon merges aesthetic and sensual liberty into a boldly visionary epic. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present Fellini Satyricon for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK, from a new 4K restoration.

  • New 1080p presentation of the film, from a new 4K restoration
  • Optional English Language Track
  • Trailer
  • 48-PAGE BOOKLET featuring a new essay by Pasquale Iannone on Fellini and his usage of the 'Scope frame; rare archival imagery; and more to be announced


I protagonisti di questo capolavoro sono Ascilto ed Encolpio, due giovani romani, che vivono tentando di cavarsela con ogni espediente in una Roma imperiale decadente e volgare dominata dalle nuove classi sociali, immersa in un'atmosfera a cavallo tra la realtà e immaginazione.

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1 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Mr. Gilbert De Paz le 29 septembre 2009
Format: DVD
j'ai commandé 1 cd : toumani diakité et j'ai reçu un dvd de fellini , c'est original mais je n'ai pas de tv! impossible de faire comprendre celà à caiman! donc tant pis je l'offrirais à l'occasion.
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66 internautes sur 71 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The Reason Movies Exist 30 avril 2001
Par Stephen McLeod - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
*Fellini-Satyricon* was the Maestro's first movie in which his name appears as part of the title. It is also one of the most fascinating and origninal films of the 20th century. Every Fellini movie is unique. He had no peers. *Fellini-Satyricon*, however, is a cardinal enry in Fellini canon (not to mention the canon of Italian cinema) because it is the perfection of the new style announced in *8 1/2* and the innauguration of a new visual extravagance that would inform all of Fellini's subsequent films.
The subject, 1st century Rome in all its florid, tumescent decadence, is lovingly transformed through Fellini's comic vision. The self-contained sequences, vignettes really, are not only fair translations into cinema of what is probably the first "novel" in Western literature, they also serve to reflect the fragmentary nature of the surviving evidence of antiquity. Scenes are fitted together like pieces in a puzzle where some of the picture is ultimately lost. This is emphasized by the visual references to broken frescoes, from which the characters seem to emerge and revert back into.
The DVD provides a sparkling, lush, diamond-sharp transfer with a choice of English or Italian soundtracks and English, French, Spanish subtitles.
A word about the dubbing: The English version is much better than the Italian version, for a number of reasons. 1) Fellini dubbed all his actors anyway because he used international casts. There is no such thing as a Fellini movie where the actors are actually speaking their lines in real time. For the most part, different actors were used for the dubbing. 2) The Italian actors used in the Italian dub are horribly miscast. There is just no way that those voices could come out of those people. Physically. The English actors are better. (If you watch their lips, you'll notice that Hiram Keller and Martin Potter are both speaking their parts in English). 3) You'll want to watch, not read, this film. 4) A good amount of the sound that comes out of the characters' mouths is either Latin, gibberish, or some admixture thereof, and, for the most part, what the characters are actually saying isn't all that important.
There are sadly, no extra features on this DVD. A commentary by surviving cast members would have been so great. Nevertheless, this is a DVD that anyone who loves movies should want to own. Highest recommendation!!!
49 internautes sur 58 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Visually Stunning But Disjointed and Sterile 10 août 2003
Par Gary F. Taylor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
If one rates a film on visuals alone, Fellini's SATYRICON would surely be completely off the scale: a phantasmagorical mixture of sensual beauty and the distasteful but evocative grotesque set in an ancient Rome that never was, never could have been, and yet which plays up to every extreme concept we secretly harbor about Roman decadence. The leading men are incredibly beautiful; the women are generally seductively depraved; and the broad vision that Fellini offers is easily one of the visually stunning creations ever put to film.
And yet, oddly, the film is sterile. The story is impossible to describe, a series of largely unrelated events in the lives of two impossibly handsome youths (Martin Potter and Hiram Keller) who begin the film by battling over the sexual favors of a slave boy (Max Born) who alternately unites and divides them until all three find themselves sold into slavery and flung from adventure to adventure, most often with sexual (and frequently homosexual) connotations. Clearly, Fellini is making a statement about the triviality and emptiness of a life lived for physical pleasures alone. But the film is jumpy, disjointed, disconnected; the sequences do not always arise from each other in any consistent way, leaving viewers with a sort of "what the ..." reaction when the film unexpectedly shifts without explanation. In consequence, SATYRICON is ultimately less about any philosophical statement Fellini may have had in mind than it is about sheer pictorial splendor and deliberate weirdness.
Whatever its failings, it is an astonishing film, and one that would have tremendous influence on a host of directors who followed in Fellini's wake--although all to often without his style and vision. Clearly Pasolini, director of such works as SALO, ARABIAN NIGHTS, and CANTERBURY TALES spent the better part of his largely unlamented life trying to out-Fellini Fellini; likewise, it is impossible to imagine how Tinto Brass and Bob Guccione arrived at the notorious CALIGULA without reference to Fellini's SATYRICON. Such efforts to expand on SATYRICON were merely more explicit and less interesting than the original, and I do not really recommend them--nor do I really recommend SATYRICON for any one other than Fellini fans, for with its oddly disjointed feel it is unlikely to please those raised on mainstream. Still, it is a powerful, remarkably beautiful, and completely unexpected film that must be seen at least once by any one with a serious interest in world cinema, and to those I recommend it without hesitation.
--GFT (Amazon.com Reviewer)--
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Walking Into a Colorful Nightmare. 14 juin 2005
Par Maximiliano F Yofre - Publié sur Amazon.com
Director Federico Fellini was undoubtedly a film maker genius!
Since his earlier works "La Strada" (1954) and "La Dolce Vita" (1960) thru "Fellini Satyricon" (1969) and "Amarcord" (1973) till his lasts "Ginger and Fred" (1986) and "The Voice of the Moon" (1990) he has left a legacy treasure for film lovers and film makers.
Most of his films combine fantasy and reality in a rich mixture with no fixed boundaries. The viewer will be attracted and repelled alternatively (especially by the present one) and at the end of each of his movies will go out of the theater (or the bedroom or living-room) knowing that he/she has assisted to a unique piece of art show.

"Satyricon" (1969) is not an easy film to see or to follow due to its shocking images and to its fragmented sequences.
This last is not a Fellinian scheme but the consequence of following Petronius' book as we know it. The original story was never recovered as a whole, beginning and ending are missing, some parts of the text are mutilated in mid-sentence and the action continues at leaps.
Fellini has transported this structure to his film. Sequences starts as from suspense points or end abruptly. Action jumps without clues of what's up in the middle.
The Maestro takes advantage of these disruptions and creates a chaotic collage full of amazing pictures. Each photogram is a canvas that deserves being treasured.
Action has the distinctiveness of dream-stuff and as in dreams anything may occur.

The anecdote in itself is almost irrelevant: two friends compete for the favors of a young slave-boy that alternatively yields to one or the other. The three of them run thru different scenarios: a banquet, public baths, theatrical representation, bordello and many more. All of them are overpopulated by weird characters occupied in very earthly activities, from eating immoderately thru farting to copulating.
The trio is enslaved and carried away but the overall picture remains essentially the same until the end.

The cinematography in charge of Giuseppe Rotunno is a major contribution. This is not a coincidence; Rotunno has been awarded with the Silver Ribbon 7 times by the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists between 1960 and 1988. Amongst his best efforts, aside from the present one, we may mention "On the Beach" (1959), "Il Gattopardo" (The Leopard 1963) and "All That Jazz" (1979).

This is an outstanding and unforgettable movie, recommended only to adult audience.

Reviewed by Max Yofre.
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It's About Time 21 avril 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
For extended criticism of the film itself see my review of the VHS below.
The DVD of 'Satyricon' has been available overseas for some time, and I've been waiting impatiently for it to be released here in the US. The producers have done a good job with it. The picture is amazingly clear, and the colors are saturated, so that the sets are even more eerie than before. For a film with such highly designed sets, it's pleasant to be able to stop the film and get a good look at things that appear for only a fraction of a second at normal speed. I watched this on my computer, and I was pausing every few frames to get a good look.
An English soundtrack is provided. The lip-sync there is no worse than the Italian since the film was recorded in several languages. Supposedly the three main characters - Encolpio, Ascylto, and Gitone - were English hippies who Fellini picked up in Trafalgar square, and they spoke the dialogue in English. But I prefer the Italian; it justs sounds better. I wish they had provided Italian subtitles too. There's very little in the way of other extras. I would have liked some commentary, but I can't complain too much about this DVD.
20 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A film that transcends the limitations of storytelling 31 juillet 2004
Par John Gallone - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Satyricon, by Le Maestro, Federico Fellini, is simply one of the most enthralling films ever produced. From the phantasmagorial depiction of Roman life, to our two hapless protagonists, Fellini spins a tale of deceit, duplicitous alliances and fascinating intrigues. The visual imagines are dazzling and the stunning plot arcs from bungled kidnapping and incredible travels to retribution and redemption.

If you just don't 'get' this wonderful allegorical journey, do yourself a favor and watch it continually until you do.

Satyricon is a perfect example of the powerful potential of film to transcend the limitations of story telling along with an incredible display of Fellini's marvelous and seemingly limitless imagination.
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