FILM FOR THIS PAPER

Apr 15th, 2015
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American Film Institute
Course: film
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Requirement: 1 paper, 5 page of text plus a title page, and a Reference page. An abstract is not required for this paper. YOUR CHOSEN FILM FOR THIS PAPER SHOULD NOT BE THE SAME FILM FEATURED IN PAPER ONE. Length Clarification: The body of the paper must be a 5 page. Double spacing and size 12 Times New Roman font should be used. Margins should be the standard 1” margins. The Reference page must follow the APA format. Sources: A minimum of 3 sources must be consulted for the paper. NO WIKIPEDIA or online encyclopedias, please. If a source is listed on the Reference page, it must be cited in the body of the paper. All factual information or theories used in the paper that did not originate in your own thought process must be credited to a source. Very common knowledge does not need to be cited. Assume that your classmates are the audience for your paper, and base common knowledge on that factor. Topic: Your paper should address the cultural identity and the country of

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NameCourseDateIntroductionThe Bicycle Thief (1948) (Italian: Ladri di biciclette), is a 1948 film coordinated by Vittorio De Sica. The film takes after the account of a poor father seeking post-World War II Rome for his stolen bike, without which he will lose the occupation which was to be the salvation of his young gang. . It got an Academy Honorary Award in 1950 and, only four years after its discharge, was esteemed the best film ever by Sight & Sound magazine's survey of producers and critics; after fifty years the same survey positioned it sixth among most prominent ever films (Ebert, Roger(March 19, 1999)). It is additionally one of the main ten among the British Film Institute's rundown of movies you ought to see by the age of 14.Adjusted for the screen by Cesare Zavattini from a novel by Luigi Bartolini, and featuring Lamberto Maggiorani as the frantic father and Enzo Staiola as his spunky youthful child, Bicycle Thieves is one of the perfect works of art of Italian neorealism.OverviewThe Italians have sent us a splendid and decimating film in Vittorio De Sica's regretful dramatization of advanced city life, "The Bicycle Thief." Widely and intensely proclaimed by the individuals who had seen it (Where it as of now has won a few prizes at different film celebrations), this heart-tearing picture of dissatisfaction, which went to the World yesterday, offers reasonable to satisfy all the conjectures of its supreme triumph here ((Carlo Montuori,1950)).

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