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Umberto D. (1952): A Lovely Introduction to Italian Neorealism - i luv cinema
Something washed over me when I was watching Umberto D., the 1952 classic Italian neorealist film directed by Vittorio De Sica. In the wake of Ken Loach‘s masterful I, Daniel Blake, I felt a sense of deja-vu in reverse. The similarities were jarring – the tale of a poor, elderly pensioner (Carlo Battisti) for whom …