Pasolini's second feature, powered by Anna Magnani, is an ode to Rome's dispossessed.
Based on "The Postman Always Rings Twice," Visconti's 1943 debut packed a punch.
Working to fit into Rome only to be "expelled" can come as a shock to the system.
Pasolini's debut feature demonstrated a willingness to play by (and change) neorealist rules.
Marco Bellochio's tough 1965 debut presaged a wave of social change.
Tracking Rome street art is a noble cause, but not when words get in the way.
Vittorio De Sica's early work, "Umberto D." in particular, was uncompromising.
Early Bertolucci gets to the heart of the political tug-of-war in 1960s Italy.
Rome's street art scene is by nature fleeting, keeping Francesco Amorosino on the go.