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Miracolo a Milano (1951)

Vittorio De Sica
Co-written by Zesare Zavattini
Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, 1951
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Info ..................:
File Size (in bytes) ..: 733,124,608
Runtime (# of frames) .: 1:33:10 (139,734 frames)
Video Codec ...........: xvid
Frame Size ............: 448x336
FPS ...................: 25.000
Video Bitrate .........: 951 kb/s
Bits per Pixel ........: 0.253 bpp
B-VOP, N-VOP, QPel, GMC: B-VOP
Audio Codec ...........: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Sample Rate ...........: 48000 Hz
Audio bitrate .........: 85 kb/s tot , Joint Stereo LAME3.97 VBR
Interleave ............: 1 vid frame (40 ms), preload=504
No. of audio streams ..: 1
Subtitles in SRT ......: English, Italiano
Subtitles in EN and IT included in SUB/IDX form in the RAR file
Inflate and use if required; the SRT is good enough, IMO.
Rip and subtitles by -=:ZEiNAB:=-
(:- To Raphael, who supplied the DVD for ripping -:)
Seed and enjoy, this is the only rip available on BitTorrent.
There is a DVD5 on piratebay, but it does not have English subs.
So this is the only english-texted version :-;
Synopsis .............:
(from the Wikpedia article)
This fantasy tale tells of Tot, who is found in a cabbage patch and adopted by an
old women named Lolotta. He later moves to an orphanage because Lolotta passes
away.
The film moves forward to when he's eighteen years of age and Tot (Francesco Goli
sano) leaves the orphanage and begins to live in a shantytown in Milan.
Tot's organizational skills, learned at the orphanage and from Lolotta, brings st
ructure to the colony and brings a sense of small happiness and well being among
the depressed folk.
When Tot is given a magic dove by the ghost of his adoptive mother, he uses its p
owers to grant wishes to those who ask. The dove, however, is taken back by two
angels who object to a mortal having possession of it.
The land where Tot's and his friends live is taken over by capitalists after oil
is found there and they're all taken away to prison in horse-drawn paddy wagons.
On the way to prison, however, a dove is returned to Tot and his wish for the fr
eedom of his friends is granted. In a historical cinematic scene they escape int
o the sky, arguably to heaven, on brooms pinched from street sweepers in a town
square.
Awards ................:
* Cannes Film Festival: Grand Prize of the Festival, Vittorio De Sica; 1951.
* New York Film Critics Circle Awards: NYFCC Award; Best Foreign Language Fi
lm, Italy; 1951.
* National Board of Review: National Board of Review Awards 1951, Best Forei
gn Films; 1951.
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