by Vittorio De Sica with Francesco Golisano, Emma Gramatica, Paolo Stoppa, Guglielmo Barnabò, Brunella Bovo Italy, 1951 Restoration by Cineteca di Bologna and Compass Film
Adaptation of the novel Totò il buono by Cesare Zavattini, is
a "utopian tale that contrasts a space of humanism,
of warmth and fantasy at the proverb of a modernity
wild" (S.Paris), which at the time was the right for the
its subversive implications (working title: The poor disturb), both
the left for abandoning the stylistic modules of neorealism.
Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
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