This rambling reminiscence of the Italian actor's life in movies was assembled by Anna Maria Tato, Mastroianni's companion until his death in 1996. It begins with Mastroianni describing his infatuation with the enchanted world of Hollywood movies; "Gary
Cooper, Errol Flynn, Clark Gable," he sighs, ticking off the idols of his youth and remembering the sight of cigarette smoke swirling in the projector beam. For the next three hours, he recalls a career that spanned six decades and movies ranging from LA DOLCE VITA to the virtually unknown TODO
MODO. He reminisces about his directors including, of course, Federico Fellini and freely admits that he did...