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Superlative Moments in Movie History

From de Sica’s Umberto D. (1951): In this short scene, de Sica distills the entire film’s theme into the (non)interaction between these two characters. There are three scenes in Umberto D. that I think represent the height of Italian neorealism, … Continue reading

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Superlative Moments in Movie History

From time to time on this blog I will post what I call “Superlative Moments in Movie History.” They will require little comment from me, dear reader, other than to say they will always be worth your time. Our first … Continue reading

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