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    Neorealism Essay

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    Italy with the new ideals of freedom and social order. Some directors choose to add melodramatic elements to their neorealistic film which goes against Neorealism’s goal to project the Italy in its real form. However, although Rome Open City by Roberto Rossellini and Bitter Rice by DeSantis have classic hollywood narrative characteristics, the portrayal of women and children represent neorealist principles that help us further understand the struggles and conflicts of women and children during post-war

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    full-year contracts, among them was Carlo Montuori who used his classic techniques in creating ‘Bicycle Thieves’ (1948) one of the most well known films produced during the Neo-Realism movement. Perhaps also one of the most influential directors was Roberto Rossellini who directed Rome Open City at the end of WWII. Many directors and influential films such as this began to change and shape the way Italian films were made and what their relation to society was like. The neorealist style was developed by

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    Italian Neorealism

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    lasting effects on the state of the country as a whole and caused complete chaos for most of its citizens. At this time, many influential directors turned to their cameras to show the immense suffering afflicted on the country. Directors such as Roberto Rossellini, Luchino Visconti, and Vittorio De Sica focused on this new style of film that highlighted the lower class. They fixated on the classes concerns attempting to evoke an emotional response from the representation of the real. The films The Earth

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    Italian neo realist cinema and British social realist cinema have some similarities in some ways. First of all we may say both of them breaks through dimensions for the individuals of their culture. They try to give tensions about the war. Both gives us a perspective to look at the cinema as a natural eye. The important thing is to able to look and see as Berger’s said. (John Berger _ Ways of Seeing) So I will try to give a brief story of two films from these fields. •     Saturday night and

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    Germany Year Zero Themes

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    Germany Year Zero is a post war movie directed by Roberto Rossellini, filmed in Berlin (1948), which focuses on conveying the reality of Germany after the war through the life of a young boy. Closely Observed Trains, directed by Jiri Menzel (1966), is based on the novel written by Bohumil Hrabal and illustrates the coming of age of a young boy to a man. While both movies illustrate different aspects of life they also interlink in key aspects such as both boys succumbing to becoming men, one due to

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    The War Experience in Italian Film

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    grasp of the aforementioned corpus. The war experience in Italian film can be succinctly considered through a detailed analysis of Rome, Open City (Roma, Città Aperta, Roberto Rossellini, 1945), Salo: 120 Days of Sodom (Salò o le 120 Giornate di Sodoma, Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1975), and Life is Beautiful (La Vita è Bella, Roberto Benigni, 1997). Though all three films take place during roughly the same diegetic time period, they are each separated in production and release date by up to 30 years

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    Romeo And Juliet Journal

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    Romeo and Juliet Journal Act I: Hi. I am Roberto Montague, Romeo's cousin. This is the first of five entries to this journal. Many things happened today. Some of these things are that Sampson and Gregory were talking, and then Abram and Balthasar entered the room. After Abram started to quarrel, they started to sword fight, but then Benvolio came in and broke up the fight. After Benvolio broke up the fight, Tybalt entered and started to fight with Benvolio. Soon later, an Officer entered the room

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    Roberto Goizueta and Jack Welch are two of the best leaders in American companies. Welch and Goizueta Leadership Assignment Introduction ============ Roberto Goizueta and Jack Welch are two of the best leaders in American companies. They have created much value and wealth for their shareholders. Goizueta was born in a wealthy family and is an aristocratic, formal gentleman who likes a nice predictable schedule. He has a deep respect of tradition. Being the chairman and chief executive

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    its companion St. Thomas CD-ROM, in order to research the Thomistic axiom, ‘whatever is received is received according to the mode of the receiver.’ My procedure extends to the lexicological methods developed by the pioneering creator of the Index, Roberto Busa, from single terms to a proposition. More importantly, the paper shows how the emerging results of the lexicological searches guided my formation of a philosophical thesis about the axiom’s import for Aquinas’s existential metaphysics. One

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    sense of national identity in the wake of a tragedy. But what exactly is national identity? The British don't seem to know anymore than anyone else does; they are currently wondering where they fit into the grand picture of a global community. As Roberto Foa from Europa Magazine puts it, "On the one hand, she [Britain] has her... ... middle of paper ... ...umption that others share the same associations with elements particular to British culture (ranging from Coldplay to pubs to the Queen). The

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