Bicycle Thieves

Bicycle Thieves
Bicycle Thieves




93 minutes




Italian (English subtitles)

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A hugely influential Italian film of the 1940s, Bicycle Thieves shows ordinary people in ordinary situations, and features non-professional actors in all roles. Out of work for some time, Antonio eventually gets a job sticking up posters in his native Rome. When the bicycle he needs to keep his job is stolen, Antonio and his son cover the length the city in fruitless pursuit - until eventually, in desperation, he himself steals a bike...

In Italian with English subtitles.

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Contains mild language and violence

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