Juliet of the Spirits (Italian: Giulietta degli spiriti) is a 1965 Italian film directed by Federico Fellini that uses "caricatural types and dream situations to represent a psychic landscape". It was Fellini's first feature-length color film, but followed his use of color in "The Temptation of Doctor Antonio" in the portmanteau film Boccaccio '70 (1962). Juliet of the Spirits won a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film.
Giulietta (Giulietta Masina) explores her subconscious and the odd lifestyle of her sexy neighbor, Suzy (Sandra Milo), as she attempts to deal with her mundane life and her philandering oppressive husband (Mario Pisu). As she increasingly taps into her desires (and her demons) she slowly gains greater self-awareness leading to independence.