Sciuscià / Shoeshine (1946) Vittorio De Sica, Rinaldo Smordoni, Franco Interlenghi, Annielo Mele, Drama


At a track near Rome, shoeshine boys are watching horses run. Two of the boys, the orphan Pasquale and his younger friend Giuseppe, are riding. The pair have been saving to buy a horse of their own to ride. The boys meet Attilio, Giuse’s much older brother, and his shady friend at a boat on the Tiber. In return for a commission, the boys agree to deliver black market goods to a fortune-teller. Once the woman has paid, Attilio’s gang suddenly arrives, pretending to be cops, to shake the woman down. With a payoff from Attilio, the boys are able to make the final payment and stable their horse in Trastevere over the river. The fortune-teller identifies Pasqua and Giuse. Held at an overcrowded boys’ prison, they are separated. Giuse falls under the influence of an older lad in his cell, Arcangeli. During interrogation, Pasqua is tricked into betraying Giuse’s brother to the police. With their trial still in the future, the two friends are driven further apart.

Also Known As (AKA): Schuschia (Schuhputzer), El limpiabotas, Sciuscia, Shoe Shine

IMDB

File Name : Sciuscia 1946.avi
File Size : 1397.13 MB
Resolution : 704×528
Duration : 01:27:16
Video : MPEG-4 Visual (XviD), 2 037 Kbps, 25.000 fps
Audio : AC-3 (AC3), 192 Kbps (CBR), 48.0 KHz, 2 channels, 1 stream

Quality: DVDRip
Language: Italian
Subs: English (idx/sub files)
Genre: Drama

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