This is one of the most enigmatic figures, in a way, in all of Fellini because she tempts, she taunts, she leads people on, she’s full of some kind of slightly spurious joy of living. 

Critic and film historian Richard Schickel on Anita Ekberg’s character, Sylvia, in La Dolce Vita (1960).

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