Movies Monday: The Bicycle Thief

Click Here to Read:  The Bicycle Thief reviewed by Roger Ebert on the RogerEbert website on  March 19, 1999.

Click Here to Read: The Bicycle Thief (1948) on the TCM website.

Click Here to Read: Bicycle Thieves by Peter Bradshaw on the Guardian website on December 18, 2008.

Click Here to Read:  Vittorio De Sica’s ‘The Bicycle Thief,’ a Drama of Post-War Rome, Arrives at World By Bosley Crowther in The New York Times on December 13, 1949.

Click Here to Read: ‘The Bicycle Thief’ More than 60 years later, the Italian film hasn’t lost its dramatic pull by Kenneth Turan in the Los Angeles Times on January 08, 2010.

Click Here to Read: The Bicycle Thief: Made with a cast of principals who were picked up in Rome’s streets and had never before faced a camera, and with a story [from a novel by Luigi Bartolini] incredible in its simplicity as a basis for a 90-minute film, the picture is a pure exercise in directorial virtuosity. The beauty of it, however, is that that is never apparent. There are no obvious tricks and no obvious striving By Variety Staff in Variety Magazine on December 31, 1947.

Click Here to Read:  Bicycle Thieves:A Passionate Commitment to the Real By Godfrey Cheshire n the Criterion Reviews website on February 12, 2007.

Click Here to Read: Film Analysis- The Bicycle Thief on the Jack Aaron Evans on April 27, 2013.

Click Here to Read: Bicycle Thieves Essay by Brian Eggert on the Deep Focus Reviews website on April 1, 2017.

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