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Marcello Rubini played by Marcello Mastroianni is a writer and journalist, the worst kind of journalist - a tabloid journalist, or paparazzo.
His job involves him trying to catch celebrities in compromising or embarrassing situations. Two such subjects are a local heiress, Maddalena Anouk Aimeeand a Swedish superstar-actress, Sylvia Anita Ekbergboth of whom he has affairs with.
This is despite being engaged to Emma Yvonne Furneauxa rather clingy, insecure, nagging, melodramatic woman. When a famous film star comes to Rome, he does everything he can to meet her, and when he does, he is totally charmed by her. In the end, he seems to have cut himself adrift on a sea of frivolity and self-disgust, with no real idea of how to find his way "home" again.
When he comes back home the next morning, he discovers that his girlfriend Emma poisoned herself because of him. Later, he is at the airport where the famous star Sylvia is arriving: A chronicle of a decadent society where there is no more values except alcohol and sex, and no solutions but suicide.Visit the home of The DVD Journal, an online DVD magazine.
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