The performances by Giulietta Masina as the waif Gelsomina, Richard Basehart as the fool, and Anthony Quinn as the strongman Zampano, have been acclaimed for their power and sometimes ridiculed for their sentimentality. The debates over what these characters and the story represent, and the position of the film within the neorealist genre, continue today. This translation and critical edition of the continuity script for "La Strada" is a guide to the film. The notes to the shooting script enable the reader to reconstruct some of Fellini's changes while shooting the film. The edition also contains an introduction, which analyzes the work's place in film history and provides a number of articles on the film's production. Fellini's most interviews and statements on "La Strada" are included as well.
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Introduction A Complementary
Notes on the Continuity Script 165 Giulietta Masina
229 Selected Bibliography
Bachmann back to camera begins Bernardino Zapponi Brunello Rondi Cabiria camera frames Camera pans left Camera pans right Camera pans slightly Camera tilts Camera tracks slightly caravan characters cigarette Cinema Nuovo clown critics crowd director edited Dissolve dolce vita drum Ennio Flaiano enters frame everything exits frame eyes face Federico Fellini feeling Fool FOOL'S PARTNER Gelsomina stands Gelsomina turns Giraffa Giulietta Giulietta Masina images inside Italian Cinema Italy La Dolce Vita La Strada laughs left foreground left of frame little girl Marxist Matto mother MOTHER-IN-LAW motorcycle moves neo-realist Nights of Cabiria Osvaldo play poetic prostitute realism reality rear Richard Basehart right foreground road Rossellini Screenplay by Fellini seated sense shooting script shot slightly left slightly right smile social staring stops story by Fellini Strada takes Tullio Pinelli Variety Lights Vitelloni White Sheik young woman Zampand and Gelsomina Zampand turns