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The Children Are Watching Us (1944)


Directer: Vittorio De Sica

Writter: Cesare Giulio Viola (novel),
Starring Emilio Cigoli, Luciano De Ambrosis, Isa Pola

Running time: 84 min Country: Italy Language: Italian
Genre: Drama Subtitle: English
Starring: Emilio Cigoli, Luciano De Ambrosis, Isa Pola


ควรค่าน่าดูตรงที่ เป็นภาพยนตร์มาสเตอร์พีซของ วิตตอริโอ เดอ ซิกา ผู้กำกับที่เป็นสัญลักษณ์ของหนังแนวนีโอเรียลลิสม์




 (Italian: I bambini ci guardano) is a 1944 Italian drama film directed by Vittorio De Sica.

As the movie begins the viewer is introduced to Pricò, a young Italian boy who lives with his parents in a middle-class household. His mother, Nina, takes him to a local park where he enjoys his time out while watching a puppet show, but is also concerned with a handsome lover named Roberto (with whom Nina has shared a past romance) courting his mother while he is assumed to not be paying attention. As the boy returns home, the family has dinner while Pricò reflects on his day in the park. Later that night, after his mother puts him to bed, she runs off with the stranger, leaving Pricò''s father distressed at the idea of having to raise his son himself. While their neighbors share a number of rumors concerning the disappearance of Nina, it is quickly agreed that she ran off with another man. While concerned with her disappearance, Nina quickly returns to the home after a few days for the sake of their son. While the father, Andrea, is not entirely pleased with this arrangement, he relents so that his son may grow up in the same house as his mother.

To distance herself from Roberto, Nina and Andrea agree to go on vacation with their son to a nearby beach hotel. The vacation occupies their time, seemingly happy with the prospect of a reunion. After Andrea says that he must go back home to his job, he suggests that Nina stay with Pricò a few extra days that they may enjoy their time. After leaving, Nina is again pursued by Roberto who shows up unexpectedly at a hotel dance, at first successfully keeping him away. But after yielding to him once again, Pricò is dismayed by her lack of faith. After Pricò runs away, he is eventually brought back by the police officers while the hotel residents quickly start their own rumors as to the cause of his departing.

After Pricò and his mother return to their home town, Nina tells him outside their home to go on up and that she''ll be up after going on an errand. When Pricò goes to see his father upstairs, he and his father realize the truth of why Nina is not there. Again distressed at the elopement of his wife, Andrea enrolls Pricò in a boarding school. While his son is away, Andrea kills himself in despair. When Pricò is told of the death at the school, both his mother and faithful maid are there to comfort him. Though very young, Pricò understands the nature of his mother, refusing to go to her for comfort in favor of his maid. The film ends with Pricò walking off, refusing to acknowledge his mother.

Disc Features:
New, restored high-definition digital transfer
New video interviews with star Luciano De Ambrosis and Vittorio De Sica scholar Callisto Cosulich
New and improved subtitle translation


In his first collaboration with renowned screenwriter and longtime partner Cesare Zavattini, Vittorio De Sica examines the cataclysmic consequences of adult folly on an innocent child. Heralding the pair’s subsequent work on some of the masterpieces of Italian neorealism, The Children Are Watching Us is a vivid, deeply humane portrait of a family’s disintegration.

The first Neo-Realist Masterpiece
by Aw-komon (Los Angeles, CA)
An unbelievably great film made a year before Visconti''s "Ossessione" which is often wrongly considered the first official neo-realist film. It''s a bit melodramatic in parts but filled with scene after scene of immortal, poignant truths not only about the way a child sees adults but the way everyone sees everyone else in reality and in the ''real world'' where purity of soul and honesty matters and is always heroic, where as Pascal wrote, man''s greatness is so obvious it can even be deduced from his wretchedness. This extremely fleeting ''real world'' is never fixed but nevertheless always there in some essence or another waiting to be discovered and ''captured'' underneath a thousand and one veils. Neo-realism provided techniques for snaring those elusive essences better. And these techniques have endured to this day, where the sons of the sons of neo-realist films from all around the world are instantly recognized as valuable and given acclaim (most recently a slew of impressive films from Iranian directors). Even if De Sica hadn''t gone on to make "Shoeshine," "Bicycle Thief," and "Umberto D" he already had enough in this one little film to earn respect as one of the supreme artists of the 20th century.


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Vittorio De Sica  ได้ที่


The Bicycle Thief (1948) (บรรยายไทย)กำกับ: Vittorio De Sica ได้ชื่อว่าเป็นหนังดีที่สุดเรื่องหนึ่งของประวัติศาสตร์ภาพยนตร์ ถือเป็นหัวหอกสำคัญของหนังในกลุ่ม Neorealism ด้วยบทหนังที่คมคายข้ามกาลเวลา เชื่อว่าหนังเรื่องนี้จะอยู่ในความทรงจำของทุกคนที่ได้ดู แม้จะดูในปัจจุบัน
Il tetto (1956)(บรรยายอังกฤษ)
Directer: Vittorio De Sica
เป็นภาพยนตร์อีกเรื่องของผู้กำกับบรมครูแนวนีโอเรียลลิสท์ วิทตอริโอ เดอ ซิกา ได้รางวัลจากสมาพันธ์นักวิจารณ์แห่งชาติ(อเมริกัน)สาขาหนังภาษาต่างประเทศและ OCIC Awardจากเทศกาลหนังเมืองคานน์ และเข้าชิง ปาล์มทองของปีนั้น





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