Rome, Open City: Special Edition (Uk Import) - Rossellini, Roberto
Releasedatum: 15 maart 2010
Based on real events that took place in Nazi-occupied Italy in 1944, Rome Open City examines the choices that people are forced to make in wartime. Centering on the Resistance and its members, this is a tragic and emotional exploration of human spirit and the effects of war.
One of the greatest foreign language films in cinema history, Roberto Rossellini's Rome, Open City was filmed in the aftermath of World War II on the ravaged streets of Italy. Due to the scarcities of War, scraps of film from photographers were added to hand held camerawork, natural lighting and a cast of non-actors to create this frank and gritty tale of war torn Italy in a perfect example of a neo-realist film.
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