Twice in Federico Fellini: Interviews, the journalist assigned to the renowned auteur is invited to ride in his infamous black Jaguar, with which Fellini would terrorize the streets of Rome. The mixture of subject and setting seems appropriately paired: the interviewer sits harrowed as Fellini...
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