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Terminal Station

1953

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  • What Terminal Station makes apparent is that neo-realism is not so much a style of filmmaking as a philosophy of the same... This excess is what makes Terminal Station so sublime. Naturally, Selznick cut out all of it.

  • De Sica gets furious, galvanic performances from Jones and Clift and captures them in closeups of a screen-piercing immediacy. Yet, yielding to habit, De Sica also embeds the lovers in a web of picturesque incidents that are mere distractions from the operatic passion of their romantic crisis.

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