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Why you should watch Rome, Open City this week – video

Andrew Pulver recommends Roberto Rosselini's 1945 Italian drama Rome, Open City. It was shot in the immediate aftermath of the Nazi occupation and was one of the first examples of what would come to be called Italian neo-realism. Starkly shot and with performances influenced by melodrama as well as social realism, it has been hailed as a masterpiece

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