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Scipione l’africano and Fellini Satyricon

Lecture no. 11 from the course: A Historian Goes to the Movies: Ancient Rome

Scipione l’africano and Fellini Satyricon

Taught by Professor Gregory S. Aldrete | 33 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses

While both were Italian productions, Scipione l’africano and Fellini Satyricon couldn’t be more dissimilar in style. Examine how these two films—one a pompous work of propaganda from 1937, the other a subversive piece of overindulgence from 1969—are best seen as products of the eras in which they were made.

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