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Federico Fellini recounts his youth in Rome. The film opens up with a long traffic jam to the city. Once there, scenes are shown depicting Rome in the 1930s, with people visiting a third-class theater and a brothel. The most famous scene depicts an elderly solitary noblewoman holding an extravagant liturgical fashion show for a Cardinal and other guests with priests and nuns parading in all kinds of bizarre costumes. <ref name=Criterion>https://www.criterion.com/films/28039-roma</ref> The film eventually concludes with a group of young motorcyclists riding into the city and a melancholic shot of actress Anna Magnani, whom the film crew met in the street during shooting and who would die some months afterwards.
Un ritratto di Roma che raffigura la città durante gli anni Trenta, in pieno fascismo, e nei rivoluzionari anni Settanta, attraverso un racconto visionario realizzato da un grande maestro del cinema.