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Life is Beautiful ( vita bella, La ) (1998) Movie Reviews

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Life is Beautiful (vita bella, La) review

Evidently one of the best non-US film produced about positivity and sacrifice for a child. Guido Orefice (Roberto Benigni), a young Italian Jew who falls for a Dora (Nicoletta Braschi) during World War II. They gave birth to a son named Giosu (Giorgio Cantarini). Guido and his son were captured by the Nazis and Dora goes on the same train where they were transported to a concentration camp. The ever positive Guido makes a game out of a very depressing situation for Giosu to keep his spirits up. Wonderful direction, cinematography coupled with an astounding performance from Benigni. Impressive screenplay with the following exceptional lines: Guido What kind of place is this? It's beautiful: Pigeons fly, women fall from the sky! I'm moving here! Uncle Eliseo Nothing is mor...

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