Fulgor Cinema

Corso d’Augusto, No. 162. The cinema where Fellini saw his first film, Maciste all’inferno, on his father’s knees, as he recounted in Roma. Or where he tried to make an advance on Gradisca, as we can see in Amarcord. He used to pay for his tickets by drawing portraits of the stars in the films being shown.

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