Antonio A Propaganda

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Unemployed Antonio Ricci is more than happy when he finally finds work hanging posters around war-torn Rome. His wife, Maria sells the family's bed linens to retrieve Antonio's bicycle from the pawnshop so he can take the job. However, disaster strikes when Antonio's bicycle is stolen, and his new job is doomed unless he can find the thief. With the help of his lively son, Bruno, Antonio combs the city, growing increasingly desperate for justice. Therefore this film would be considered a Propaganda film and also a Melodramatic

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