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“The National Gallery screens "Shoeshine" from 1946, among the first of the Italian neorealist films.”
“The National Gallery screens "Shoeshine," from 1946, among the first of the Italian neorealist films.”
“These works didn't exclude imagination: The horse in "Shoeshine," for example, makes a dreamlike appearance at the grim conclusion.”
“But despite the presence of children, a dog and an elderly retiree, cuteness is in short supply in films like "Shoeshine," "The Bicycle Thieves" and "Umberto D.”
“These chilling portraits of desperate underclass youth, along with best foreign-language honorees "Shoeshine" and "Tsotsi," qualify as forebears more than anything produced in America.”
“Shoeshine," though still ignored or little-known in the U. S.”
“Louis Gill Cobb, a fixture in downtown Lexington also known as "Shoeshine," died Wednesday from unspecified cardiac problems, according to the Fayette County Coroner's Office.”
“(" Shoeshine, "1946), a tale of corrupted innocence in which two impoverished, high-spirited boys intent on buying a horse are drawn into crime and land in an appalling juvenile prison.”
“22.10 FILM: "Shoeshine," Italy/US, 1957, drama directed by Vittorio De Sica, with”
“When Shoeshine opened in 1947, I went to see it alone after one of those terrible lovers' quarrels that leave one in a state of incomprehensible despair.”
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I keep thinking up names for bands I would love to be in, so I think it is time to make a list, public of course.
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