Since 1958 a new partnership with Federico Fellini. The director invited him to the set - be it by filming the maestro at work, in fact, take pictures of how to make movies. Sekkyaroli almost immediately gave up the chase for celebrities on the night to Rome - now all the stars of Italian cinema was in its full disposal.
In 1960 Fellini released film "La Dolce Vita". The hero and the film, played by Marcello Mastroianni, a friend, a photographer by the name of the paparazzi. Sekkyaroli was a type of chasing sensational photographer - for a while Fellini wanted to make this role his own. Before the end of filming the name of "paparazzi" became a household word. Fellini said that this name he borrowed from one of the school friends who called paparazzi for a quick way of talking. In Italian the word paparazzo - annoying, especially squeaked mosquito. Later this word was changed from the singular "paparazzo" in the plural "paparazzi" and other languages, it is applied in this form with respect to the photographers who pursue celebrities for the sake of compromising pictures.
Some scenes of "Dolce Vita" were directly borrowed from the life Sekkyaroli: for example, "The phenomenon of Madonna." History is quite funny. The newspaper's editor sent Sekkyaroli make a report on the phenomenon of Madonna, which the children saw sitting on a tree. Sekkyaroli tried to refuse orders, but in the end still went. Of course, no Madonna, he never saw - well more that the tree was in place. Sekkyaroli acted like a "paparazzi": collected gad about teenagers and senior citizens and asked them to play the role of witnesses, "Phenomena". The result - a sensation, delight the public and official outrage the Vatican.
After the movie "Sweet Life" Sekkyaroli stops working "street photographer" to devote himself to studio photography. Sekkyaroli became the personal photographer of Sophia Loren, and remained so for twenty years. Along with Sophia Loren has traveled the world.
Ceased to work in photography, because "... picture, like any other art, requires all life forces. In 1983, I felt that my strength had been exhausted. Then I decided to throw this thing ... "
Sekkroli died in his sleep in his Roman house on the night of 23 to 24 July 1998.
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