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When Two Italian Masters Rejected Neorealism

Love in the City is a 1953 feature made at the height of the Italian Neorealist movement, when a new generation of Italian filmmakers sought to take more direct inspiration from everyday life. It’s made of six segments, each with its own writer or director, and each with its own distinct take on what neorealism is. The directors of two of the segments, Federico Fellini and Michelangelo Antonioni, went on to become supreme artists of their generation, and their respective films reflect their personal fascinations—and frustrations—with neorealism.

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