Federico Fellini’s 1960 tour of modern decadence and vulgarity, with Marcello Mastroianni as an alienated, enervated everyman. The film was hugely successful and widely praised in its time, though it’s really nothing more than the old C.B. De Mille formula of titillation and moralizing—Roman orgies and Christian martyrs—with only a fraction of De Mille’s showmanship. With Anita Ekberg as the Flesh (too much) and Anouk Aimee as the Spirit (too little). In Italian with subtitles.