30. La Dolce Vita (1960)
La Dolce Vita faced some censorship issues when it started rolling out in the summer of 1960, robbing audiences of the chance to see what would soon become regarded as a masterpiece.
One of the greatest films in world cinema, Federico Fellini’s tale of a reporter drifting through life in Rome and experiencing the ups and downs that come with it has been picked apart by analysts for over 60 years.
Each new re-watch provides further rewards, as even the minutiae has been carefully curated by a genius filmmaker who was thematically and structurally in a league of his own.