Italy | 1963 | Directed by Federico Fellini
Logline: A movie director suffering from a crisis of faith attends a health spa and is visited by the various women in his life; his wife, his mistress, his muse, and in turn is provoked and inspired by his friends and colleagues.
The greatest movie about trying to make a movie ever made. It is also the greatest movie depicting of the creative urge and the desires that get in the way. Part autobiography, part fantasy, part drama, part comedy, brilliantly realised; it demands repeat viewings.
Oh, and the title refers to the autobiographical director being in the middle of shooting his ninth feature.