Just saw La grande bellezza
. Saturated with Fellini.
Has one hilarious "ecumenical" scene - a congregation of bishops, cardinals, monks and nuns, Christians and Buddhists, pay homage to "La Santa" - a decrepit old nun, inspired by Mother Theresa. An Orthodox bishop approaches to kiss her hand and instantly drops dead (too much emotion, rather than God's retribution). The Saint sits high up a throne and balances her feet like a schoolgirl. After the Coptic abbuna pays his homage, one of her flip-flops drops - which everybody views like an omen.
In another scene, a young leftist artist performs on an improvised stage next to an aqueduct: nude (except for the red flag with hammer sickle tattooed on her, well, womb), she runs and bangs her head against a wall, only to declare: Io non mi amo!
Beautiful images from Rome and a very nice soundtrack: Pärt, Martynov, Tavener. Lots of sensuality, too - but no more than Fellini's more racy films.