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Trip to Tulum by Federico Fellini & Milo Manara - Paperback - 1st Edition - Stated - 1990 - from Town Books of San Anselmo (SKU: 60)

Trip to Tulum

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Trip to Tulum: From a script for a film idea

by Federico Fellini & Milo Manara

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  • paperback
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Near Fine/none
ISBN 10
0874161231
ISBN 13
9780874161236
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This extremely well-preserved graphic novel marries the vision of Italian film director Federico Fellini with the artistry of Milo Manara. There are no internal markings and the pages are bright and clean. The soft paper cover is in Near Fine condition with only a few minor bumps to edges which are barely visible. There are 8-10 pages of text accompanying the graphic novel that include some of Fellini's memories of making movies and his collaboration with Milo Manara, along with some of the editor's and artist's reflections about Mr. Fellini.

This dreamlike story is described as, "A beautiful woman falls into a pond chasing Fellini's windblown hat. Under the water's surface is an eerie world of preserved shipwrecks and planewrecks, a resting place for ghostly references to Fellini's films. Inside a submerged seaweed-encrusted 747 the woman is astonished to find Fellini himself. He sends her off with a very handsomely drawn Marcello Mastroianni - Fellini's alter ego - to make a movie of unknown content. They stop in Los Angeles and finally reach a grand hotel on the Mexican coast where magical transformations abound." --- Google Books

Attention: There are numerous images of a semi-erotic nature depicting the characters without their clothes although they are not engaged in any sexual behavior.

All proceeds benefit The Friends of the San Anselmo Library.

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Bookseller
Town Books of San Anselmo US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
60
Title
Trip to Tulum
Author
Federico Fellini & Milo Manara
Illustrator
Milo Manara
Format/binding
Hard, card-stock paper cover profusely illustrates
Book condition
Used - Near Fine
Jacket condition
none
Quantity-available
1
Edition
1st Edition - Stated
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0874161231
ISBN 13
9780874161236
Publisher
Catalan Communications
Place of Publication
Catalonia, Spain1st
Date Published
1990
Size
8 5/8 X 11 5/8
Keywords
Graphic Novel, Federico Fellini, Film Scripts
Bookseller catalogs
Graphic Novels & comic Books;
Size
8 5/8 X 11 5/8

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