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de Sica

Vittorio . 1902--74, Italian film actor and director. His films, in the neorealist tradition, include Shoeshine (1946) and Bicycle Thieves (1948)
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Uno dei passaggi piu corrivi de Il viaggio, il film che Vittorio De Sica ricavo dall'omonima novella di Luigi Pirandello, e anche una delle ultime sequenze della pellicola: Richard Burton, negli improbabili panni di un siciliano innamorato e sanguigno, ha un alterco telefonico con la madre della cognata, la donna che ama e che, malata, ha portato con se in giro per l'Italia; che si arrenda: la sposera sfidando le maldicenze della famiglia e il mormorio del paese.
El mas destacado papel protagonico de sus inicios lo interpreto en Pizzas a credito, un episodio comico de los seis que conforman El oro de Napoles de 1954, dirigido por Vittorio De Sica.
Like De Sica, Nichetti attempts to produce a cinema d'impegno or cinema engage that addresses the socioeconomic issues of his day much as his predecessor had done forty years earlier.
Here Spielberg breaks significantly with De Sica, initiating a parallel sequence in which Michael is nearly eaten by the shark, which eventually does kill a man who has been talking to Michael and his friends.
Many Americans are familiar with the legends of Italian cinema, directors like Rossellini, De Sica, and Fellini.
He enjoyed international success with We All Loved Each Other So Much (C'eravamo tanto amati), a wide fresco of post-World War II Italy life and politics, dedicated to fellow director Vittorio De Sica.
But the Padua of A Noise Within's new production bids a fond farewell to Shakespeare's era and places the action in the 1950s Italy of Federico Fellini and Vittorio de Sica.
The program illustrations brought home a few, with images of ill-fated formal dinners from films of Sternberg and Bunuel, fascist pedophilia from Pasolini, war-haunted guilt and isolation from de Sica via Sartre.
A Lomitas half-brother to 2005 Derby Italiano winner De Sica brought the second-highest price of EUR240,000 from Sergio Scarpellini's Allevamento Agricolo Oriano at the end of the first session.
Zavattini worked as the screenwriter for Vittorio De Sica and authored several of the masterpieces of neorealist cinema including Ladri di biciclette (1948) and Mira colo a Milano (1950).
DE SICA landed the spoils in the Group One Derby Italiano at Capannelle in Rome on Sunday.
It's a beautiful shot to end a touching film, which, if it had come from Brazil or Italy with subtitles, would be hailed as a minor masterpiece in the style of classical neo-realists such as De Sica or Visconti.