Bicycle Thieves

Bicycle Thieves

Antonio, an unemployed man in the depressed post-WWII economy of Italy, at last finds a good job hanging up posters, the only requirement for which is that he must have his own bicycle. When Antonio's bicycle is stolen, he and his son are forced to walk the streets of Rome in search of it, or else face ruin.

Unemployed Antonio Ricci is elated when he finally finds work hanging posters around war-torn Rome. And when his bicycle is stolen, he will lose the job which was to be the salvation of his young family. So he and his son set out to find it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Juliana L (it) wrote: Are you serious? and why I do not take seriously this site ...

Gabriel Z (fr) wrote: like a very long ad for McDonalds

Tim C (nl) wrote: A bittersweet drama from 1952 that is the first to bring up underlying issues of marriage, gender roles, and individual fulfillment in context of such. Barbara Stanwyck plays a woman who returns from a disappointing city life to a fishing village and marries a simple fisherman, but is wooed by his best friend, played by Robert Ryan who is equally looking for happiness in all the wrong (?) places. There is a strong, intelligent supporting performance by Marilyn Monroe in this film noir directed by Fritz Lang.

Curtis J (us) wrote: Bette Davis gets star billing but is really a supporting character in this film which won Paul Lukas a Best Actor Oscar (beating out Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca no less). They play the Mullers, a family who has been wandering Europe for 8 years fighting against the Fascist juggernaut. They've come to Suburban Washington DC to visit Bette's family (she is an American married to a German). There are other guests as well and they aren't such characters of nobility. While so much of this political thriller is specific to it's time, the moral choices and dilemmas faced by the characters is still gripping and thought provoking. Lucille Watson, who played Mary Haines' mother in "The Women" sort of expands on that performance in a delightful turn as Bette's wealthy gabfest of a mother. I think Lukas probably won the Oscar more for the nature of the role and it's cultural relevance in 1943, than for his actual performance which struck me as merely serviceable.

Joseph K (it) wrote: I know there is something worse than dying. When you're alive and you know your reason for living is far away and unreachable. Heartbreaking.

Mike W (de) wrote: Jeff Daniels and Anna Paquin are brilliant as father and daughter!

Ryan S (ru) wrote: Okay, this one was better than the last, but still, the fight between Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi and Count Dooku was dull.