Closed in 1964, it remained empty until 1974, when it was renovated and re-opened as the Cinema Ambra.
In the year of its release, Miracolo in Milano received numerous awards, including the Grand Prize.
His only possession, a small bag with his few belongings, is stolen, but he befriends the thief, who then shares his tiny ramshackle living quarters for the night.
Des: Guido Fiorini Snd: Bruno Brunacci Spec.
The architecture is a material entry point for discussion of the wider history of , including its relationship with the avant garde art movement , founded in Milan.
Originally on the site was the 700-seat, Cinema Padua, which had its entrance on Via Padova.
One might equally ask: How do we explain the taste of honey? In these, he would be aided by Cesare Zavattini, the great screenwriter whose theories of neorealism are now considered the official voice of the movement.
This comedy favourite tells the story of a young man from the country who swaps rural life for a shot in the big city.