- Hartford Stage's 'Romeo & Juliet' Has Cinematic, Neo-Realistic Energy
- For his "Romeo & Juliet" playing through March 20 at Hartford Stage, Darko Tresnjak has imagined a filmic rendition in the 1960s Italian neo-realist vein of Visconti, De Sica, Pasolini, Rossellini, Antonioni and Fellini.
- 'Southbound' And 'Sicario' Head A List Of On-Demand Titles You Should Be
- Writer-director Gela Babluani embraces noir and neorealism in the opening half of this black-and-white 2005 film, which makes the horror that follows in the second half even more piercing.
- Times critic sees need for independent voice
- But earlier, he was very important in helping develop an audience in America for Italian neorealism and for a lot of the immediate postwar foreign language films. He was not the philistine that he's often portrayed as.
- The Obama 'Middle Eastern' Doctrine
- This is because the discussions in which those tenets are couched in echo Neo-Realist wisdom, American popular sentiment and they resonate with America's global interests. We all know that a new chapter between America and the Middle East has been ...
- New on DVD this week: March 11
- BITTER RICE (1949, Criterion, unrated, $30) — The rice fields of northern Italy's Po Valley are the backdrop for this involving Italian entry that's part neo-realist exposé and part pulpy crime thriller.
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