Italy

Rossellini, Roberto. Rome, Open City. Italy: Minerva Film SPA, 1945.

The uneven quality of the processing and multiple types of film stock reflected how war caused the collapse of the film  industry. Principal photograph began in January 1945.

Part of Roberto Rossellini's War trilogy. The first part of the trilogy followed by Paisan and Germany, Year Zero.

 

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deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in its National Film Registry in 2016

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