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Umberto D.(1952)

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  • No beginning?

    • Donna Singh
    • 12/16/14

    I was greatly disappointed yesterday regarding TCM presentation of Umberto D. The movie started with the ending of the film and then ran the middle of the film which, again, showed the ending. There was no beginning at all. Hoping that this movie will be rescheduled again and that it will be shown in the proper sequence. I am a loyal fan of TCM and in all my years of watching this station I can honestly say that this has never happened and hope that this glitch, for lack of a better word, is never repeated.

  • what gives?

    • Raymond B Horton
    • 12/16/14

    Beautiful film, but the TCM showing on 12/15/14 started with the last 25 minutes!!! Then it started over, I think, and ran to the end again. I think it was missing the beginning but this was my first time viewing it - no credits, just cut from the first "Fine" to the protagonist sleeping. Somebody fouled up!!!

  • where's Fike?

    • bucki Bianco
    • 12/15/14

    Nice movie. Everybody gets a review except this beautiful little guy, "Fike."

  • Umberto D.

    • Dashiell Barnes
    • 7/2/12

    De Sica's personal favourite film, dedicated to his father. Retired Proffessor, Battisi brings dignity & resignation to the title character. Tender story throughout, many scenarios in which Umberto must choose between his life & that of his scene-stealing canine. An excellent, Italian neorealist follow-up from "The Bicycle Thief" director. I give it a 4.5/5.

  • Greatest movie ever made

    • B Buckley
    • 6/27/12

    It's the greatest movie I've ever seen and that covers a lot of territory. Thank you, TCM, for finally scheduling it. I wish every TCM subscriber would watch it. Incomparable.

  • A Struggle for Joy

    • Jeremy Tenant
    • 1/6/07

    Umberto D is a one of those shorter rare films that have simple stories, but deliver strong messages. In the movie, not only do you witness the painful life of this man, but you feel and are apart of this man. His pain, lonliness, and happiness wraps around Umberto, as well as the audience. The tearing piece of life will gradually change our character, along with the watchers point of view of life, as Umberto D. -Directed by Vittorio De Sica

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