Fellini’s extravagant final film is a charming reminder of a lost giant and a lost style of moviemaking.
Throughout, Jim Jarmusch playfully blurs the line between driver/passenger, servant/customer, and native/immigrant.
All of the extras are recycled from the DVD, so there's some standard-definition content that's suffered upscaling.
Manhattanites will especially enjoy Jarmusch’s latest, which takes us back to the days when you used to be able to smoke indoors.
Roberto Benigni’s take on Carlo Collodi’s classic fairy tale “Pinocchio” bears an unlikely resemblance to Fellini’s more grotesque carnivalesques.