The Bicycle Thief (1948)
Director: Vittorio De Sica 

Italian director Vittorio De Sica, is the leading figure in the neorealist movement. “Bicycle Thief (Ladri di biciclette)” is the most renowned among his movies, which is also regarded as the most important in neorealist film.

The movie tells the story of a poor father and son searching for the stolen bicycle (the only property of his family), which the father needs to be able to work. The movie was given numerous awards including NBR Award, BAFTA Film Award and Academy Award. It was presented brilliantly in a simple way with non-professional actors, featured the real situation of poverty and unemployment in post-war Italy, so as the details of real living condition. Inside the movie, you can find the contrast between the unfairness of the society and the forgiveness of the little kid. In the dilemma of poverty and dignity, how should a man stand?

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