MOVIES ABROAD: The Winners at Cannes

Cannes, the fun-and-gamiest of film festivals, ended last week with Italy's La Dolce Vita as the unanimous choice for the Golden Palm first prize. Starring Anita Ekberg and dealing aimlessly with the sensual corruption of modern titled Italians—from the Via Veneto's sophisticated sodomists to the industrialist's young daughter whose idea of let's-go-slumming is to make love in the chambers of a prostitute—Director Federico Fellini's film has already provoked a church furor in Italy. In Cannes last week, it also set the tone of the whole festival. In reversal of tradition, there...

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