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Fri Mar 21 17:15:24 2014 UTClccn-n801600750.24Germany year zero0.470.93Quasi un'autobiografia /76322280Roberto_Rossellinin 80160075539925Roberto RosselliniRosellini, Roberto 1906-1977Rosselini, Roberto 1906-1977Rossellini.Rossellini, Robertoロッセリーニ, ロベルトlccn-no89000992Rossellini, Renzo1908-1982arrlbtmusproctbcmplccn-n79056202Fellini, Federicowamprfaudadpsceccpclbantausactlccn-n82255143Amidei, Sergioothwamprfaudsceccpausedtlccn-n82050831Magnani, Anna1908-1973cstprfactlccn-no98092622Criterion Collection (Firm)lccn-n85240316Fabrizi, Aldo1905-1990cstprfactlccn-n79064746Aprà, Adrianoothivedrtedtlccn-nr99029226Pagliero, Marcello1907-1980ccpprfdrtactlccn-n50007485Bergman, Ingrid1915-1982cstprfactlccn-n85386772Brunette, PeterRossellini, Roberto1906-1977DramaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFilm adaptationsInterviewsMotion picturesBiographyTelevision programsFictionRossellini, Roberto,ItalyWorld War (1939-1945)Motion picturesMotion picture producers and directorsGerman Occupation of Italy (1943-1945)Realism in motion picturesUnited StatesDe Sica, Vittorio,Motion pictures--AestheticsFreedom of speechMotion pictures--Religious aspects--Catholic ChurchMotion pictures--CensorshipCatholic ChurchGermanyMotion pictures, ItalianMotion pictures--Production and directionUnderground movements, WarFranceFrancis,--of Assisi, Saint,Louis--XIV,--King of France,SaintsMonksMotion picture plays, ItalianAntonioni, MichelangeloFellini, FedericoVisconti, Luchino,PhilosophersMotion pictures--PhilosophyMotion pictures--Social aspectsSoldiersItaly--RomeRoma, città aperta (Motion picture)Montanelli, Indro,Swindlers and swindlingIntrigueChâteau de Versailles (Versailles, France)Pascal, Blaise,BetrayalPeasantsImperialismWarSoldiers--Family relationshipsJoppolo, Beniamino,Miracolo (Motion picture)Motion picture producers and directors--CreditsChildrenEconomic historySpousesDescartes, René,19061977194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013192197622278791.4372PN1997ocn043485316ocn294860205ocn270770167ocn501846261ocn297239352ocn502158115ocn502243288ocn295118858ocn297416580ocn311052824ocn297239352ocn502158115ocn295118858ocn297416580ocn042487678ocn064192146ocn813957039ocn671427576ocn122956587ocn083079765ocn502158115ocn042487678ocn083079765ocn219830610ocn773319397ocn220115267ocn436788373ocn221356352ocn862339657ocn862361767ocn410683656ocn780745750ocn797853304ocn691691664ocn742972394ocn762662120ocn409600724ocn415290451ocn742978742ocn410682812ocn299974758ocn753803403ocn753803389ocn753803366ocn753803374ocn551802209ocn551086753ocn753139293ocn754075334ocn551939511ocn410683656ocn742972394ocn409600724ocn742978742ocn415290451ocn742674715ocn413908524ocn742960367ocn742584679ocn421799346ocn691492824ocn694024116ocn766074881ocn691492815ocn762254383ocn440073643ocn867591145ocn440077938ocn858157236ocn691539799ocn439261525ocn780541352ocn450290367ocn450910062ocn858832246ocn453960413ocn450817985ocn454082734ocn839917834ocn837523915ocn812261726ocn440351284ocn450290367ocn459155772ocn450817985ocn460567683ocn246883296ocn742540325ocn691691664ocn469334388ocn692039608ocn692040485ocn463503253ocn469317429ocn705331811ocn691893262ocn219928583ocn860834801ocn805937766ocn799824629138364ocn043485316visu19450.33Open cityHistoryFictionDramaMotion picturesThe loyalties of an impoverished mother-to-be and a parish priest are tested by the German forces which occupy their homeland during World War II62348ocn270770167visu19650.37Rossellini, RobertoLa prise de pouvoir par Louis XIVHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaFilm adaptationsTelevision programsDocumentary film on Louis XIV (1638-1715), King of France, directed by R. Rossellini (1906-1977)+-+435601951632452048ocn294860205visu19590.31Rossellini, RobertoIl Generale Della RovereHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsFilm of intrigue and heroism within the Italian underground during the German occupation of Italy. Emanuele Bardone, a petty con man, fleeces his victims by posing as a colonel. Persuaded by the Germans to impersonate a partisan leader they have killed, he assumes the admirable qualities of the heroic officer and the German plan backfires5033ocn061157136visu20030.27Francesco, giullare di Dio The flowers of St. FrancisDrama"In a series of simple and joyous vignettes, director Roberto Rossellini and co-writer Federico Fellini lovingly convey the universal teachings of The People's Saint: humility, faith, and sacrifice. Gorgeously photographed to evoke the medieval paintings of Saint Francis' time, and cast with monks from the Nocera Inferiore Monastery"--Container4618ocn000802748book19730.63Rossellini, RobertoThe war trilogy [di] Roberto RosselliniDrama4327ocn501018716visu20090.31Rossellini, RobertoRoberto Rossellini's War trilogyHistoryFictionDramaWith their stripped-down aesthetic, largely nonprofessional casts, and unorthodox approaches to storytelling, these intensely emotional works were international sensations and came to define the neorealist movement. Shot in battle-ravaged Italy and Germany38069ocn857774031visu19530.33Rossellini, RobertoJourney to ItalyFictionDramaA quiet English couple arrive in Naples on family business. Lacking the protective screen of their normal lives and discomfited by the sensuous locations around them, they are confronted by the shallowness of their relationship37791ocn501846261visu19450.29Rossellini, RobertoRoma, città apertaHistoryDramaA non-realist feature film from Italy based on the true story of a resistance leader and his associates during the German occupation of Rome in World War II. Filmed within days of the end of war, the director's prime concern was to capture the atmosphere and incidents of the city during the occupation35347ocn050956812visu19470.59Rossellini, RobertoGermania, anno zeroHistoryDramaA young boy kills his sickly father and then, unable to live with his action, kills himself. Set in ruined Berlin shortly after World War II35045ocn037016559visu19460.59Rossellini, RobertoPaisanHistoryFictionDramaMotion picturesSix stories dealing with Italian and American soldiers meeting under battle conditions during World War II30724ocn297233589visu19710.39Rossellini, RobertoBlaise PascalDramaEvoking the terror and desperation of the seventeenth century, this film brings to life Blaise Pascal, the philosopher and mathematician who, amidst religious persecution and ignorance, believed in a harmony between God and science28178ocn502158115visu19460.47Rossellini, RobertoPaisàDramaSix stories dealing with Italian and American soldiers meeting under battle conditions during World War II26349ocn857774224visu19490.32Rossellini, RobertoStromboliDramaIn order to be free, a woman in an Italian displaced persons detention camp marries a Sicilian fisherman, but only exchanges one type of imprisonment for another22518ocn048495507visu19620.39Godard, Jean-LucLes carabiniersDramaFilm adaptations"Centers on two peasants who join the King's army. Seduced by the promise of riches, the two leave their wives and embark into the war sending postcards home that detail their conquests. Upon their return, they learn that a peace treaty has been signed and in turn, are betrayed by the king for their overzealousness."21511ocn297239362visu19990.32Rossellini, RobertoCartesiusDramaRené Descartes was known as the "Father of modern philosophy." Depicts the seventeenth-century thinker's agonized struggle to assert the primacy of reason. An intimate, psychological study of obsession and existential crisis20927ocn501846116visu19470.24Rossellini, RobertoGermany year zeroHistoryDramaThe concluding chapter of Roberto Rossellini's War Trilogy is the most devastating, a portrait of an obliterated Berlin seen through the eyes of a 12-year old boy. Living in a bombed-out apartment building with his sick father and two older siblings, young Edmund is mostly left to wander unsupervised, getting ensnared in the black market schemes of a group of teenagers and coming under the nefarious influence of a Nazi-sympathizing ex-teacher1678ocn297239352visu20030.29L'età di Cosimo de' MediciHistoryDramaLike a Renaissance painting come to life and gives a portrait of fifteenth-century Florence, ruled by the Medici political dynasty. Focuses on two of the city's leading citizens: banker Cosimo de' Medici and art theorist Leon Battista Alberti1188ocn857774225visu19520.24Rossellini, RobertoEurope '51DramaAn American society woman living in Rome seeks vainly for truth in the chaotic post-war and is committed to an asylum by her husband11523ocn025256939visu19470.66Rossellini, RobertoL'AmoreDramaFilm adaptationsPresents two episodes. In the first part, a woman talks on the phone to the man who has forsaken her. In the second part, a peasant woman is seduced and is convinced she will give birth to a new Messiah11337ocn031766159visu19490.35Flowers of St. FrancisDramaA series of vignettes of the life of St. Francis10529ocn014413432book19870.47Brunette, PeterRoberto RosselliniCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+08055757056552ocn025748708book19930.56Bondanella, Peter EThe films of Roberto RosselliniCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThe Films of Roberto Rossellini traces the career of one of the most influential Italian filmmakers through close analysis of the seven films that mark important turning points in his evolution+-+01134867056123ocn039458893book19980.29Gallagher, TagThe adventures of Roberto RosselliniBiographyCombining a portrait of a dynamic and daring man with brilliant discussions of his work, the author tells a story as rich and moving as Rossellini's miraculous films+-+58235315855695ocn159897532book20070.66Wagstaff, ChristopherItalian neorealist cinema : an aesthetic approachHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+35704575355465ocn000128038book19700.59Guarner, José LuisRoberto Rossellini4065ocn046731273book20000.66Roberto Rossellini : magician of the realCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+00425260353993ocn056030451visu20030.27Il mio viaggio in ItaliaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcMy Voyage to Italy is a warm and loving look at the power of movies, ideal for fans of Italian cinema and Martin Scorsese. Scorsese brings an infectious enthusiasm to his recollections of watching neorealist and epic Italian films on television, and to his examination of the masters of Italian neorealism: Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica, Luchino Visconti, Federico Fellini, and Michelangelo Antonioni. While offering a solid postwar timeline, basic information about the intellectual movements that influenced Italian filmmakers, and close readings of key films, the subject of the documentary is less about Italian cinema than Scorsese's passion for Italian cinema, especially the movies that made him fall in love with moviemaking. Viewers seeking a primer on Italian cinema may be disappointed, while those familiar with both Italian cinema and Scorsese's films will find much to enjoy3314ocn044652215book20000.73Forgacs, DavidRome open city (Roma città aperta)Criticism, interpretation, etcDramaOtto Preminger said the history of the cinema was divided into two eras: one before and one after Rome Open City. Made in 1945, the film is based on events which took place in Rome just one year before, during the Nazi occupation and the resistance. It made a huge impact on its release, launched the international reputation of its director, Roberto Rossellini, and came to be seen as the founding work of Italian neo-realism. In this original study, David Forgacs re-examines the film and its place in Rossellini's career. He reconstructs its production history, its relationship to the events which inspired it and the time in which it was made. He argues that the film has great value as a commemoration and a documentary record even as it rhetorically reshapes events, people and places into patriotic myth+-+39535260353193ocn028011986book19920.63Rossellini, RobertoMy method : writings and interviewsHistoryInterviews+-+20146969452673ocn145429159book20080.56Johnson, William BruceMiracles & sacrilege Roberto Rossellini, the church and film censorship in HollywoodHistory"Miracles and Sacrilege is the story of the epochal conflict between censorship and freedom in film, recounted through an in-depth analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision striking down a government ban on Roberto Rossellini's film The Miracle (1950). In this extraordinary case, the court ultimately chose to abandon its own long-standing determination that film was merely a 'business' unworthy of free-speech rights, declaring that the First Amendment barred government from banning any film as 'sacrilegious.'" "Using legal briefs, affidavits, and other court records, as well as letters, memoranda, and other archival materials to elucidate what was at issue in the case, William Bruce Johnson also analyses the social, cultural, and religious elements that form the background of this complex and hard-fought controversy, focusing particularly on the fundamental role played by the Catholic Church in the history of film censorship." "Tracing the development of the Church in the United States, Johnson discusses why it found The Miracle sacrilegious and how it attained the power to persuade civil authorities to ban it. The court's decision was not only a milestone in the law of church-state relations, but paved the way for a succession of later decisions that gradually established a firm legal basis for freedom of expression in the arts."--BOOK JACKET+-+28494575352602ocn017546227book19880.76Rossi, PatrizioRoberto Rossellini : a guide to references and resourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography1683ocn070253038book20060.27Rossellini, IsabellaIn the name of the father, the daughter and the Holy Spirits : remembering Roberto RosselliniBiographyAccompanying DVD, copyright 2005, is a compilation of real and imagined conservations between Roberto Rossellini and people who influenced him. Isabella Rossellini portrays all the parts in the movie+-+67975147381458ocn231855506book19840.81Rossellini, RobertoLe cinéma révéléCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviews1114ocn711041447book20120.88Gelley, OraStardom and the aesthetics of neorealism : Ingrid Bergman in Rossellini's ItalyCriticism, interpretation, etcIn this exciting new book, Gelley considers the collaboration between Rossellini and Ingrid Bergman in light of the neorealist aesthetic. This study re-examines the director's postwar works in relation to the contemporary discussion on Italian national identity: rather than marking a radical break with the director's early neorealist successes, Rossellini's films with Bergman in fact extend the boundaries of neorealism and challenge the standard reading of its basic tenets, especially the relationship between character and setting. Gelley reassesses the relationship between European postwar an753ocn021436701book19890.88Bergala, AlainRoberto RosselliniCriticism, interpretation, etcParaît en synchronie avec la présentation de l'intégrale de l'oeuvre de Rossellini à la Cinémathèque française à partir de 15 janvier 1990. Quelques textes et témoignages sur la méthode de travail du cinéaste et quelques réflexions d'aujourd'hui sur son oeuvre755ocn017418470book19870.88Rossellini, RobertoIl mio metodo : scritti e intervisteHistoryInterviews723ocn021232103book19890.90Rondolino, GianniRoberto RosselliniCriticism, interpretation, etc531ocn049540017book20010.86Rossellini, RobertoLa télévision comme utopieInterviewsC'est après l'échec de Anima nera, en 1962, un film qui annonce pourtant un renouveau de la comédie italienne, que Roberto Rossellini décide d'abandonner le cinéma pour un nouveau mode d'expression : la télévision. Dès lors, il va se faire l'humble rapporteur des faits et gestes du passé, des grands événements et des grandes figures qui ont changé le cours de l'histoire532ocn017960476book19870.93Rossellini, RobertoQuasi un'autobiografiaBiography522ocn001379322book19600.90Verdone, MarioRoberto Rossellini+-+4356019516324+-+4356019516324Fri Mar 21 15:16:26 EDT 2014batch62036