What with Wes Anderson's superfluous The Grand Budapest Hotel (which is hugely reminiscent of much of Ernst Lubitsch's greatest work) having just received its UK theatrical release, a revisit to the work of the master film-maker seems quite apt. These 6 films however, are probably not the best place to start for a retrospective look at this most influential auteur.
If you're the kind of person who needs a beginning, middle, and end in your films then I'd suggest you stop reading now. Fellini doesn't make those sorts offilms and Federico Fellini's ROMA is no exception. This wonderful piece of work is a semi-autobiographical film-poem, which is in parts bizarre, funny and moving.
Director Abdellatif Kechiche’s slow-burning, liberal adaptation of Julie Maroh's graphic novel tells the tale of a young lady named Adèle who starts the story as an outwardly straight girl in high school, but whose life is changed when she encounters (and instantly falls in love with) Emma.