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NOGUERA, María. Roberto Rossellini's contribution to critical discourse on Italian Neorealism. OBS* [online]. 2013, vol.7, n.3, pp.19-33. ISSN 1646-5954.

Italian neorealism is a film movement characterized by his effort to represent reality. Roma, città aperta is the film that opened the italian neorealism in 1945. Ángel Quintana has said that Roma, città aperta “attempts to recover the original vocation of cinema, namely, ir attempts to recover that magic moment when viewers were surprised to see the movement of the leaves of the trees on a screen”. This italian post-war movement lacks a conventional theoretical corpus. However, the defense of neorealism by the critic André Bazin has passed into history as the canonical vision of this movement. The aim of this article is to describe the neorealist poetics from the artistic perspective of Roberto Rossellini, who is the most emblematic film director of italian neorealism. The goal is to deepen the vision of this type of film movement, from the viewpoint of his neorelist trilogy Roma, città aperta, Paisà and Germania, anno zero.

Palavras-chave : Italian Neorealism; Roberto Rossellini; War Trilogy; Image Poetic.

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