Movie Night – Issue 74

BICYCLE THIEVES (LADRI DI BICICLETTE)- (1949) Perhaps one of the best films to come out of Italy and no doubt one of the most acclaimed . It was awarded a special Academy Award for “most outstanding foreign film” seven years before the category officially existed. Written by neorealist Cesare Zavattini and directed by Vittorio DeSica, Bicycle Thieves is a uncomplicated film that highlights the life of Antonio (played by Lamberto Maggiorani) and the circumstances around his bicycle which gets stolen on the first day of a new job. He employs…

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Movie Night

This month we feature a nice mix of movies from mainstream to classic and a few genres in between. If you are a history buff, you may be surprised by the story told in the film Benedict Arnold. If you are looking for something a little of the beaten path, When Elephants Were Young will do the trick. Be sure to visit www.asheboromagazine.com to view the trailers for each of these films and, most of all, enjoy! THE CALL – Staring Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin. When veteran 911 operator,…

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