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Sunflower (1970)

Vittorio De Sica is at the forefront of Europe’s most accessible filmmakers of the 20th century and that’s because the stories he crafts are heart-felt, moving, and also enter comical territory with ease. 479 more words

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The Earrings of Madame De...

"Unhappiness is our own invention. At times I'm sad that I lack the imagination for it."
- Général André de...

Dir: Max Ophüls

DoP: Christian Matras

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Drama

Ladri di biciclette (1948)

1948, just a couple of years after the end of WWII, a father is desperately seeking a job to support his family. At his first day as a bill sticker, somebody steals his bike, imperilling his job. 154 more words

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Best of Criterion's New Releases, March 2016

It’s that time again: Criterion time. March’s release slate for the boutique home video label saw quite a few essentials, a’la John Frankenheimer’s The Manchurian Candidate… 362 more words

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CLASSICS: Bicycle Thieves (1948)

written by: Cesare Zavattini
produced by: Giuseppe Amato and Vittorio De Sica
directed by: Vittorio De Sica
rated: unrated
runtime: 93 min.
release date: November 24, 1948 (Italy) and December 13, 1948 (U.S.) 1,222 more words

Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' Leads This Week's Home Video Releases

Pick of the Week:
The Hateful Eight (The Weinstein Company)
So much of the conversation leading up to the release of Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight… 538 more words

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