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A short film created by the famous film magazine Sight&Sound as a visual essay that grasps the essence of neorealism in only 5 minutes. “What is neorealism?” is a cinematographic lesson, as well as a modern manifesto created by observing films and actions from the 50s- extremely- suggestive for the film industry, both now and then. More on kogonada and neorealism in the Sub25 review, here.

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