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Sophia Loren 8.0

Top-dúzia, então:

1- Os Girassóis da Rússia (I Girasoli, Vittorio de Sica, 1970)
2- Um Dia Muito Especial (Una Giornata Particolare, Ettore Scola, 1977)
3- Duas Mullheres (La Ciociara, Vittorio de Sica, 1960) 110 more words


The Legacy of Italian Neorealism

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Italian neorealism (Italian: Neorealismo) is a style of film characterized by stories set amongst the poor and working class, filmed on location, frequently using nonprofessional actors. 3,855 more words

Italian Neorealism Cinema

Origin. Italian Neorealism

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Before the indies and even before the French New Wave, Italian neo-realism staked out new cinematic territory. One of those blanket terms that mean all things to all people, neo-realism has few absolutes, though there are elements that set the Italian version distinctly apart. 1,008 more words

Italian Neorealism Cinema

Intro. Italian Neorealism

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Italian Neorealism

The neorealist movement began in Italy at the end of World War II as an urgent response to the political turmoil and desperate economic conditions afflicting the country. 157 more words

Italian Neorealism Cinema

The Bicycle Thief (1948)

“Why should I kill myself worrying when I’ll end up just as dead?” – Antonio Ricci (Lamberto Maggiorani)

Just like American film, the international motion picture culture underwent phases. 513 more words


4th of July

On the 4th of July I was in Bologna — this is what I saw.

For once I managed to struggle out of bed early enough to see the 9 am show, something I always INTENDED to do, and which I convinced myself I was achieving more often than not. 789 more words


Architales’ top 5 films set in Rome

With its rich history, culture, scenographic sites and a founding myth as dramatic as the story of Romulus and Remus, Rome is obviously one of the most magical cities in the World and a fantastic source of inspiration for film-makers. 361 more words