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Raj Kapoor, the inimitable showman

“Imitation, as opposed to copying, consists either in the interfusion of the same throughout the radically different, or the different throughout a base radically the same.” 1,178 more words

B'wood

51. "Bicycle Thieves", Vittorio de Sica (1948)

Part of The 100 Greatest Movies I’ve Ever Seen List

Bicycle Thieves aka Ladri di biciclette

dir. Vittorio de Sica scr. Vittorio de Sica, Cesare Zavattini, Suso Cecchi d’Amico, Gerardo Guerrieri, Oreste Biancoli, Adolfo Franci  180 more words

Movies

L'ALBERO DEGLI ZOCCOLI /TREE OF WOODEN CLOGS - issue in Dual format - dvd/Blu Ray

L’ALBERO DEGLI ZOCCOLI /TREE OF WOODEN CLOGS (12) 1978 ITALY OLMI, ERMANNO DUAL FORMAT DVD – BLU RAY £24.99
Palme d’Or winning Neorealist film about 19th Century peasants struggle for survival through the cycle of seasons and the cycle of life. 58 more words

Italian Cinema

Mamma Roma, Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1962

Pasolini’s second feature continues many of the thematic concerns explored in Accattone with the benefit of a larger budget and better camera equipment at the director’s disposal.   227 more words

Accattone, Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1961

Over the next couple of weeks, I’m going to be exploring the filmography of one of the most subversive and iconoclastic directors of the 20th century, Pier Paolo Pasolini.   435 more words

August the First Review

AKA: N/A
Genre: Family Drama/Neo-realism
Year Released: 2007
Distributor: Film Movement

Origin: USA
Running Time: 81 minutes

Rating/Recommended Audience: 15+
Related Films/Series: N/A
For Fans Of: 1,149 more words

Film Review

#499 Germany, Year Zero (1948)

#499 Germany, Year Zero

1948 // Italy // Roberto Rossellini

Criterion Collection (LINK)

Roberto Rossellini’s venture into the realm of realism on his war-torn homeland in… 712 more words

Criterion Collection