We consider Noirish Project to be a work of neorealism. We define that as holding the length of the shot longer than is required, so that the viewer begins to perceive more than just the literal plot. 47 more words
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Italian Neorealism is a film movement that took place in post-war Italy. When the country lost their studios and scenery filmmakers began to focus their stories in the impoverished streets of the villages affected by the war. 1,073 more words
Post-war Italy, the poor, their struggle to survive; that is what it is all about in Bicycle Thieves, the 1948 Italian neorealist monument. Difficult to have a more close view on the life conditions of the majority of the Italian population at the time than the one offered by Vittorio De Sica; he wanted us to see it real, and it is a success.
A great video essay on aspects on classic cinema.
Nu de puține ori mi s-a întâmplat să-i aud pe cei din jur rostind cu voce tare cum i-ar pedepsi pe cei care fac umbră pământului degeaba. 361 more words
One significant way of revealing the characters’ interiority in Viaggio in Italia is through the inserts of documentary-like shots. Placed after a medium close-up of a character looking off-screen, these images re-produce the typical counter-shot and indicate the object(s) towards which the character’s look is directed. 537 more words