Donkeys in Cinema (2): Poe, Fellini, Stamp and a Donkey
I am not a big fan of Federico Fellini, but I have to admit his episode from the Edgar Allen Poe omnibus Histoires extraordinaires (Spirits of the Dead, 1968) is truly extraordinary. Probably because his penchant for the grotesque does not seem misplaced in the world of horror fantasy (replete with Mario Bava quote). Then, there’s Terence Stamp’s bravura performance. And it even has a donkey.
Donkeys in Cinema (1): 3 Fordian Donkeys
A post to inaugurate a new series on this blog, dedicated to the undervalued filmography of the most noble of animals.