“Listen Terencino” —Fellini as Maniac

Anto watched a documentary on [[RAI]] recently titled Fellini: I’m a Big Liar, which has a series of interviews of people sharing tales about the great [[Federico Fellini]], and what a maniac he was. And no story captures this better than [[Terence Stamp]] narrating his experience working with Fellini for the first time, it just puts Fellini on a whole another level in my mind.

In the following clip Stamp talks about his experience acting for Fellini in “[[Toby Dammit]]”, which was one of several short macabre films in the [[Histoires extraordinaires]] (1968) omnibus film. Give it a little bit, it gets insane pretty quickly, and please note that this has all sorts of narcotically lewd and lascivious descriptions—and may offend you deeply. Enjoy!

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3 Responses to “Listen Terencino” —Fellini as Maniac

  1. Neva says:

    An unexpected and crystal clear window into the Maestro. Grazie, Rev.

  2. Ed Webb says:

    I demand to be more offended.

    Also, Terence is marvelous, darling, maaahvelous.

  3. Reverend says:

    @Neva,
    Right? Isn’t this great, and I agree with @Ed Webb, Terencino is brilliant in his own right.

    @Ed,
    You are probably right, not all that offensive. But figured the orgy scene wherein Terencino is imagined by Fellini be sodomized by a big black man may raise a few eyebrows :0 or maybe it was the final hit of LSD that sent me over the top. I am getting soft in my old age 🙂

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