A modern day La Dolce Vita, directed by one of Italy's best directors
Italian director Paolo Sorrentino (, ) helms The Great Beauty starring his regular collaborator Toni Servillo as a Jap Gambardella, a bitter 65-year-old journalist living in Rome, who recollects his youth.
Sorrentino's was awarded the Cannes jury prize in 2008 for its depiction of polarizing Italian political icon Giulio Andreotti.
Italy's Academy Award entry takes the three top prizes while Cannes Palme d'Or winner 'Blue is the Warmest Color' is snubbedBlue Is The Warmest Color
We beat the drum for our 5 most aniticipated films in the main competition at the Cannes Film Festival this year.Jimmy P.
No idea what this film is about, but now I want to go to Rome.The Great Beauty
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Angelina Jolie was approached to lend her starry charms to The Great Beauty in a cameo.The Great Beauty