Vittorio De Sica's the Bicycle Thief will probably be one of the best items of Italian Neo Realist Movie theater ever made. Film production company, based in Content World War II Ancient rome tells the humanistic story of a family man - Antonio (portrayed by Lamberto Maggiorani) great struggle to survive and make ends meet. Using non-professional actors to portray the lives and emotions of ordinary doing work class males, suffering from low income вЂThe Bicycle Thief' satisfies the basic highlights of Italian Neo Realism.
The story commences when Antonio who has recently been unemployed for a few months is allotted a career of hanging posters. Antonio's initial delight turns to sorrow if he finds the job requires him to possess a bicycle. Maria, his wife(portrayed by Lianella Carell) pawns their home linens to enable them to reclaim from your same pawnshop a bike. The pawnbroker is seen ascending a huge tower with racks filled with others' linens which wordlessly hard drives home the extent of poverty in Italy.
Things learn to look up to get Antonio, yet tragedy soon strikes the moment his bike is stolen on the first day of his job simply by another needy man. Law enforcement are little help and they are unable to be familiar with importance of the bicycle intended for Antonio fantastic family. Thus starts a search for his bicycle over the streets of Rome helped by his young kid Bruno. (played brilliantly by Enzo Staiola).
The father and son get started their search from the bike market wishing that the thief had distributed it presently there. Unable to track down it there they continue their search. Fortune favors Antonio as he spots the bicycle thief again but he is not able to catch him. Antonio outake all avenues available to him, even looking for guidance via a fortune teller. His disappointment accelerates as a result of his lack of ability to access his cycle in spite of handling the robber since there is also a lack of proof.
During their search the mechanics of the relationship between dad and son are a handle to watch. Bruno's innocence...