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Pier Luigi Nervi and Joseph Nicolletti discuss architecture, problem solving versus aesthetics, and innovation in architecture.
End of interview with Pier Luigi Nervi and Joseph Nicoletti where they discuss innovation in architecture and learning from a master; second part is a separate interview with Cesare Zavattini about film inspirations and creating some of his most well known works.
Studs speaks to actress Peggy Nelson, playwright Arnaud d'Usseau, and student Olivier Bernier while he is in France. [Part 2 includes Yves Montand.]
Interviewing with Marcello Mastroianni and while Studs was in Italy
Studs Terkel plays interview clips of actors [Marcello Mastroianni and Alain Cuny] and the director Federico Fellini discussing their film "La Dolce Vita" and the character Steiner. At the beginning of the program Studs Terkel interviews Nelson Algren, a writer, and Mario Devecki (a person who made the film "La Dolce Vita" happen) about La Dolce Vita and Steiner.
Dr. Carlo Levi talks about the differences in Italian and American literature in the first part. In the second part, children Julio and Phillipo sing Italian nursery rhymes. In the last part, Maria Caniglia and husband Pino Donati discuss opera; part 2.
Dr. Carlo Levi talks about his book "Christ Stopped at Eboli", the human condition, and compassion for those suffering during and after World War 2.
Visiting Professor of History at the University of Chicago Denis Mack Smith discusses the book “Italy: Modern History.” Smith primarily focuses this discussion on the political history of Italy. Studs plays “Nabucco: Va’, pensiero (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves)” - Robert Shaw.
Interviewing Cesare Zavattini while Studs was in Italy. Carlo Baldi translates. This is the second half of the interview that starts with Nervi and Nicoletti.
While waiting to see Yves Montand, Studs speaks with a taxi driver through an interpreter, Michelle [Viande?]. Also speaks to Yves Montand.