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'Intervista'

September 08, 1996|Kenneth Turan

If "Intervista" (1987) is about anything, it is about Frederico Fellini's lifelong love for the movies. "Intervista" starts with a Cinecitta crew setting up the lighting for a new (and fictitious) Fellini film. As the lights go on, a Japanese film crew also appears, intent on doing a documentary on Fellini. Fellini plays himself with the most grand style, but "Intervista" wanders off in any number of intriguing directions. Antonella Ponziani and Sergio Rubini (both pictured) also star (Bravo Wednesday at 9 a.m.).

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