The Bicycle Thieves
Directed by Vittorio de Sica
Oh my god, give me a break.
I have mentioned before that Italian films bore me to tears. This one is no exception. A guy loses his bicycle, goes to look for it, and doesn't find it. Of course, it is the birth of Italian neorealism and a comment on society and blah, blah, blah. So, so boring.
I will be kind in saying that the acting is pretty good, considering the fact that these guys weren't professionals. That is as nice as I will be, however, because I am sick of sitting through hours of pretentious Italian shit. Here's looking at you, Fellini.
The director claimed he picked the actors because of their walks.