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Martin Scorsese Presents "La Dolce Vita" At The Rome Film Festival
  • ROME (AP)
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Martin Scorsese hailed "La Dolce Vita" as changing world cinema forever as he presented the restored version Saturday of Federico Fellini's back-and-white classic.

Scorsese, who was 18 when "La Dolce Vita" first came out in 1960, spoke of the impact the movie had on him and of the...

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