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 Journal Articles

Gadon, S. ‘Neorealism’s Closed Gates: The Women of Rome, Open City’ Cleo Journal:

Ferrero-Regis, T. ‘Open City, Rossellini and neorealism: Sixty years on’ Screening the Past:

Forgacs, D. ‘Rome, open city: Before and after neorealism’ Journal of Italian Cinema & Media Studies:

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