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Madame De...

Louise (Danielle Darrieux) is a General’s wife who lives a lifestyle she cannot afford. We begin the film with her trying to decide which of her possessions she should sell to pay off her debts, and she opts for a pair of earrings her husband (Charles Boyer) bought her as a wedding gift. 592 more words

Review

HISTORIA DEL CINE: PARTE CUATRO

El Neorrealismo italiano

Italia había sobrevivido a Mussolini y a la guerra cuando se da una explosión de nuevo cine que revitalizaría de nuevo el quehacer cinematográfico. 890 more words

Historia Del Cine

Sleepless in Rome

Webster’s Dictionary defines jet lag as follows: a tired and unpleasant feeling that you sometimes get when you travel by airplane to a place that is far away.   458 more words

Kingdom Posts

Video: What is Neorealism in Film? (a five minute answer)

In this fascinating experiment, a film by Vittorio de Sica and a contemporary recut by David O. Selznick are examined side-by-side in order to understand the difference between Sica’s neorealistic style and Hollywood’s more conventional editing. 17 more words

Opinion Leaders

Cuando un cuento clásico de hadas neorrealista es infaltable

Por Romi To

A modo de cuento de hadas, el director italiano Vittorio De Sica nos cuenta una bella historia llena de sueños, esperanzas, pero sobre todo, de humildad humana que acompañan a… 568 more words

LINNE Magazine

Bicycle Thieves (1948), Vittorio De Sica

An Italian neorealist masterpiece of immense stature and influence, Vittorio De Sica’s 1948 Bicycle Thieves, a film with an apparently simple story, has so much to say about political, psychological and social issues, the human condition and the complexity of life. 850 more words
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