HUMA 1761 - HUMA 1761 Midterm Review Neorealism Concept...

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HUMA 1761 – Midterm Review Neorealism Concept Context Controversies Open City War Sacrifice Christianity Hope Children Challenges In The Making Of The Film Urgency Bicycle Thieves Economic Hardship Life As More “Spectacular” Than Fiction Facts Speak For Themselves Shattered Hopes Rome As A Maze Voyage In Italy Shift Of Perspective Mythology Toga Vs. Suit Personal Relationships And “Psychological Realism” From External Reality To Inwardly Oriented Reality Universal Themes: Happiness/Unhappiness – Life/Death La Strada Fable-Like Narrative Stock Characters Tragic And Comedic Elements “Crisis” Of Neorealism Redemption And Christian Narrative Religiosity High Symbolist Approach
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Music (Gelsomina’s Theme) L’avventura “Eros Is Sick” – See Cannes Statement
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