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A must for anyone familiar with the genre.
The third story has an American sleeping with an Italian prostitute musing about an Italian girl he used to love and tried to find again.
The features are amazing, consistently interesting, sophisticated, enormously informative even when commentators contradict one another.
Three great movies shot in Europe just after WWII ended shows the great destruction that was wrought upon the cities, lands and people very well.Published 1 month ago by R. A. Pennington
All 3 films exceeded expectations. Excellent quality and they are timeless.Published 3 months ago by Alan J. Brick
I guess this is what the world needs today with all it's crisis? A good reminder, if what-could be in the 21th century?Published 10 months ago by Mats Johnson
"Rome Open City" is set in Rome during the German occupation. It follows a few of Italians, some are actively fighting against the Germans, some are just trying to get by,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by John Black
Rosselini's WWII films, shot immediately after the war, are absolutely the closest experience one can have without being there. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Greg Reyna
classic series of neo realist cinema from Rossellini devoid of star actors and special effects.A must for anyone familiar with the genre.Published 14 months ago by DAVID NICHOLAS AINSWORTH
Rome: Open City may be a tad melodramatic for my taste, but Paisan and Germany Year Zero are simply wonderful.Published 14 months ago by Jaime Hado
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|Does anybody know why Criterion didn't release this on Blu-ray as well?||
Hey, R-bot: I imagine that their reason would be that the sources for all three films in Rossellini's War Trilogy are not up to Blu-ray standards. It's possible that these Criterion DVD releases may be the best they will ever look, though when DVD players become a thing of the past, Criterion... Read More
Mar 1, 2010 by T. Luck | See all 3 posts