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 (də sē′kə), Vittorio 1901-1974.
Italian filmmaker whose Bicycle Thief (1948) and Umberto D (1952) are considered classics of postwar realism.

de Sica

(Italian de ˈsiːka)
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(Biography) Vittorio (vitˈtɔːrjo). 1902–74, Italian film actor and director. His films, in the neorealist tradition, include Shoeshine (1946) and Bicycle Thieves (1948)
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Noun1.De Sica - Italian film maker (1901-1974)
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Me refiero a La persecucion del Zorro (After the Fox), cinta italobritanica de 1966, de Vitorio De Sica, donde aparece el mismo De Sica que esta dirigiendo una pelicula justo cuando unos ladrones le roban el equipo y con el hacen otra pelicula que al final resulta un autentico bodrio, aunque curiosamente enaltecido por un solo espectador que lo considera cine de "vanguardia", "obra de arte".
He started his journey behind the camera in Italy when he served as an assistant director under the legendary 'Vittorio De Sica on Woman Times Seven' (1967) and 'A Place for Lovers' (1968), which he also co-wrote.
La controprova e offerta dalla versione cinematografica realizzata da Vittorio De Sica, al suo "passo d'addio": il regista--coma alcuni altri colleghi alle prese con Pirandello--ignorando proprio quella serie di elementi che tratteggiano il carattere spurio delle passioni di gente che prende contatto con la citta, esaspera sentimenti e pene, fino a occultarne i motivi socio-culturali, il cuore stesso dello "pseudopensiero" pirandelliano ipotizzato da Moravia.
Lactancio habria sido discipulo del retor Arnobio de Sica (actual El Kef, en el noroeste de Tunez).
I, Daniel Blake" is one of Loach's finest films, a drama of tender devastation that tells its story with an unblinking neorealist simplicity which goes right back to the plainspoken purity of Vittorio De Sica.
Among the many stories of his odd behaviour there was one that resonated with me - during the making of the film, After the Fox, the director Vittorio De Sica went ballistic when he saw the script girl was wearing a purple outfit.
Je ne pense pas qu'il s'agisse de quelque chose de court terme", a dit Jeffrey Sica, de Sica Wealth Management.
One of the most accomplished photographers of the 20th century, transgressing the borders between still photography and the moving image, Haas worked with a variety of eminent directors ranging from Vittorio de Sica to John Huston, Gene Kelly and Michael Cimino and depicted cinema genres from suspense (The Third Man, The Train) to the Western (The Oregon Trail, Little Big Man), and from comedy (Miracle in Milan, Love and Death) to musicals (West Side Story, Hello Dolly).
Le 7e art italien, pour sa part, est represente par deux chefs d'œuvre, [beaucoup moins que] Nuits blanches [beaucoup plus grand que] de Luccino Visconti et [beaucoup moins que] Le voleur de bicyclette [beaucoup plus grand que] de Vittorio de Sica, un film de 1948, annoncant l'avenement du neo-realisme, un courant qui revolutionnera les cinemas italien et mondial.
The second chapter explores the sound films of the Fascist Era, focusing on major stars such as Isa Miranda, Vittorio De Sica and Fosco Giachetti.
En 2007 lo vimos conquistando a Concha Velasco en Herederos, pero antes fue el amor maduro de Maribel Verdu en El sueno de Tanger (1991); rodo con Ana Belen Adios, pequena (1986), con Romy Schneider, Lo importante es amar (1975) y protagonizo El jardin de los Finzi Contlni, de Vittorio de Sica, Oscar a la mejor pelicula extranjera en 1971.
A diferencia de otros directores que emplean actores no profesionales para manipular la realidad de manera artificial (el modelo lo establecio De Sica con su Ladron de bicicletas), la propuesta de Navajazo le permite a cada quien que manipule su propia realidad sin enajenarla.