Lecture 20: De Sica, Bicycle Thieves
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1. Vittorio De Sica (1902-74)
• 1942 The Children Are Watching Us
• 1946 Shoeshine
• 1948 Bicycle Thieves
• 1950 Miracle in Milan
• 1952 Umberto D
• 1960 Two Women
• 1971 The Garden of the Finzi-Continis
2. Bicycle Thieves
• Structure: organic form
• Social themes
• Character: father and son
• The title
De Sica, Vittorio. Bicycle Thieves
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