It is structured mainly to give us Fellini's philosophical take on making movies and the psychology of the creative process. Fellini provides a ton of great quotes, such as, "The instant I begin to work, a mysterious invader that I don't know takes over the whole show," and, "The greatest danger for an artists is total freedom." And, more to the point of his method perhaps, "Psychologically the artist is an offender. He has a childish need to offend. And to be able to offend you need a parent, a headmaster, a high priest, the police..."
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