After World War II, cinema changed forever. Audiences developed a different kind of sensibility, and suddenly the stories that were being told, usually touched upon very depressive themes rather than melodramatic ones. 757 more words
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David Cameron invited plenty of ridicule again the other day by mentioning the increased risk of war between the UK and other European countries… 915 more words
She imitates nobody. Nobody imitates her. (Barzini 52)
On Monday December 19 1955, Time Magazine referred to Anna Magnani as the world’s greatest actress. The article focused on her role of Serafina delle Rose in the movie… 2,014 more words
Graham Hammill’s Sexuality and Form: Caravaggio, Marlowe, and Bacon features an analysis of ‘The Baltimore Panel,’ a painting also known as ‘The Ideal City’ and usually attributed to Fra Carnevale. 1,352 more words