Montegelato is a montage film in VR, the first of its kind. Hundreds of cinematic sequences define a three-dimensional collage of the Monte Gelato waterfalls (Roma) as they have been filmed in more than 180 productions including films, TV series and commercials. From peplum (Hercules in the Haunted World, Mario Bava, 1961) to spaghetti-western (They Call Me Trinity, Enzo Barboni, 1970), from comedy (Between Miracles, Nino Manfredi, 1971) to thriller (Torso, Sergio Martino, 1973), from drama (I Knew Her Well, Antonio Pietrangeli, 1965) to war movies (The Inglorious Bastards, Enzo G. Castellari, 1978), from science fiction (Escape from Galaxy 3, Bitto Albertini, 1981) to erotica (Cicciolina amore mio, Amasi Damiani & Bruno Mattei, 1979): sounds and videos expand in an immersive landscape that transports the Falls in time and space. Here Eve picks the forbidden fruit (Adam and Eve - The First Love Story, Enzo Doria & Luigi Russo, 1983). Here the mythical sword Excalibur is kept (Superfantozzi, Neri Parenti, 1986). Here Chief Yellow Hand has his village (Buffalo Bill - Hero of the Far West, Mario Costa, 1964). History of Cinema and History of Humankind coexist in an unexpected tableau vivant.