Umberto D.: The Criterion Collection

Criterion   (1952) / Region 1
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Umberto D.: The Criterion Collection

Shot on location with a cast of nonprofessional actors, Vittorio De Sica's neorealist masterpiece follows Umberto D., an elderly pensioner, as he struggles to make ends meet during Italy's postwar economic boom. Alone except for his dog, Flike, Umberto strives to maintain his dignity while trying to survive in a city where traditional human kindness seems to have lost out to the f-rces of modernization. Umberto's simple quest to fulfill the most fundamental human needs - food, shelter, companionship - is one of the most heartbreaking stories ever filmed and an essential classic of world cinema.

Details

  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added May 07 2003
  • Production Year 1952
  • Empire SKU 532222
  • UPC Code 037429176122
  • Studio  Criterion
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-SL
  • Subtitles English

Features

That's Life: Vittoria de Sica, a 55-minute documentary made for Italian television in 2001
New video interview with actress Maria Pia Casilio
New essay by critic Stuart Klawans and reprinted recollections on the film by De Sica
Writings on Umberto D. by Umberto Eco, Luisa Alessandri, and Carlo Battisti

Audio/Video

  • Audio
    Italian Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W

Cast

Production

  • Vittorio De Sica
  • Angelo Rizzoli
  • Giuseppe Amato

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