Chronicling the fall of the Roman Empire (from Mussolini's Fascist '30s to the student counterculture movements of the decadent '60s and '70s) as imagined by the great Italian film director, Fellini's Roma is a kaleidoscopic, hallucinatory, visually startling and meandering film that is considered by many to be one of the maestro's more memorable films from his '70s output. MGM's disc is sumptuous. Picture quality is stable and vibrant throughout, displaying a sharpness and clarity previously not seen on their VHS video release. The disc is also subtitled into English, French, and Spanish, though unlike MGM's DVD release of Fellini Satyricon, there is no English-dubbed option. The previously mentioned video release was offered in only an English-language dubbed version. The film's Italian Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono soundtrack is serviceable, though it does lack definition. This is a very mild concern, considering the film's age. The dated yet stylish original theatrical is also included.