Novecento – The Movies, Roma by Federico Fellini to honor Anna Magnani 

Fifty years from her death, the memory of Anna Magnani is more alive than ever.
During the great Italian cinema period from the ’30s till the ‘70s, Anna Magnani was the first Italian interpreter to make herself known in the world.
Famous in drama, skilled in comedy, symbol of neorealist cinema, and winner in 1956 of the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for the film The Rose Tatoo by Tennessee Williams.
Available on its Prime Video channel Novecento – The Movies, Rai Com dedicates Federico Fellini’s Roma (1972) to the Roman actress, one of the last films in which she took part.