De Sica

NOUN
  1. Italian film maker (1901-1974)
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  • A new collection shows her at her absolute peak in Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, which also includes a fine documentary about director Vittorio De Sica. Michael Giltz: DVDs: Who Is the Most Beautiful Woman in the World?
  • Comencini was best known for his 1953 hit, Bread, Love and Dreams, starring Gina Lollobrigida and Vittorio De Sica, a film that spawned two sequels and helped turned the page on Italy's neorealism movement. GreenCine Daily: Luigi Comencini, 1916 - 2007.
  • She sells them to a jeweller in Turkey where a handsome diplomat (Vittorio de Sica) buys them.
  • De Sica's fifth film was not a financial success, however, and its negative reception was in part engineered by those who saw it as an impudent criticism of Italian morality.
  • Though he had earlier worked with revered filmmakers such as Victorio De Sica, Roberto Rossellini and Ingmar Bergman, some of his schlock included the plantation drama "Mandingo," the horror film "Amityville II," the cult comedy "Army of Darkness" and Madonna's "Body of Evidence. Dino De Laurentiis Dies
  • Gassman, il mito dei miti, sul set ha avuto la stessa disciplina e rispetto per la mia persona, in precedenza piece for one person De Sica mi aveva regalato questa emozione. Archive 2009-11-01
  • Gassman, il mito dei miti, sul set ha avuto la stessa disciplina e rispetto per la mia persona, in precedenza piece for one person De Sica mi aveva regalato questa emozione. Archive 2009-11-01
  • Producer David Selznick treated Vittorio De Sica's Stazione Termini the same way, chopping languid scenes to leave a lean but unpoetic core.
  • This David O. Selznick production was a notorious affair in itself, marked with production troubles involving the Italian neorealist director Vittorio De Sica. Weekly Mishmash: August 23-29 : Scrubbles.net
  • She sells them to a jeweller in Turkey where a handsome diplomat (Vittorio de Sica) buys them.
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