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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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