Quick question I was hoping to get answered here.
I was watching Fellini’s 8 1/2 again tonight and noticed on the Criterion Edition during the scene in which Guido is looking at the rocket ship set about 1:19:43, there is a note that says:
[Skipped item nr 145]
Why was a line of dialogue omitted here and what was said? Has anyone seen this in any other Criterion releases?
Thanks in advance.
The Woman asks what a particular prop is, some guy on set explains it and asks Guido “Am I Right”
and then C ommendatore says
“The Most Important Moment in the Movie”
Well…thanks for the witty comment but I was actually looking for an answer
No, Commendatore really says that the rocket launch is the most important moment in Guido’s movie.
Haha now I feel like an ass… “What we have here, is failure to communicate.”
But the subtitles read:
-Am I right?
-This is the rocket’s launch pad. The most important moment in the movie.
So what’s the point of the annotation if nothing was said in between?
I don’t know; I don’t get that on my disc.