Emil Woerner’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a really delightful early Fellini film. I can see how massive of an influence it must have been on guys like Kubrick and Scorsese, because this film is Fellini using his neorealist roots to ease into new genres that resemble crime, romance, and comedy. Pretty cutting edge stuff. I don’t think this man can make a bad movie at this point, they all make me so happy and never disappoint. The themes of crime and punishment present in most of his stuff are here too! This early in his work he kind of knew what he wanted to say way before refining it and mastering it. Fellini is something special.