It's not hard to believe this Federico Fellini classic has been continuously rated as one of cinema's Top 10 pictures, and was the late film critic Roger Ebert's favorite movie, claiming he'd seen it more than 25 times! Few directors are as revered and imitated as Fellini, a genuine master whose style of filmmaking mixed dreams and gritty reality with a touching sense of humanity. After struggling financially with his early films, La Dolce Vita broke all box office records and garnered world-wide acclaim, marking this one of many Fellini masterpieces. Filmed mainly at the Cinecitta studios, we follow star Anita Ekberg and Marcello Mastroianni as they escape the paparazzi through the streets of Rome. Artist Giorgio Olivetti rendered one of the most captivating movie poster images ever -- the sultry Anita Ekberg dances her way across this country-of-origin, original release, Italian 4-foglio as a disenchanted Marcello Mastroianni stares blankly out from the shadowy background. Very rare and one of the most collectable and beautiful movie posters in the hobby.