Umberto D.

N.p. N.p., 1952. Vintage oversize double weight matte finish photograph from the set of the 1952 film.

A sobering and striking image of the film's destitute loner and his dog Flike, standing in the streets of Rome late in the evening. Shot by the film's still photographer Angelo Pennoni, using a striking example of designer Virgilio Marchi's meticulously designed and lit set.

Generally considered the masterpiece of the post-WWII Italian neorealist movement. Winner of the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Film, and director De Sica was nominated for the Grand Prix at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival.

16 x 11.75 inches (41 x 30 cm). Very Good, with some scuffing at the extremities.

Criterion Collection 201.


[Book #136688]

Price: $3,000.00