ALL FELLINI’S CHILDREN
This article presents a review of the motif of childhood and immaturity in Federico Fellini’s movies. The Italian director in majority of cases understands “child” in figurative manner. In his films he displays children’s characteristics in adult people. A child for him is a figure of mental immaturity and transitoriness of life which operates primarily within the meaning of psychological, not biological, therefore the director is particularly interested in the people who are on the threshold of adulthood.