La Vita è Bella cannot help but inspire. Maybe because we are living at the end of the 20th century with a number of questions that haunt us both before and after we enter the cinema: in a world with millions of Giosuès, is it true that life, also beauty and cruelty, are in the end a matter of how they are interpreted for us?
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IN the small town of Arezzo, Giosuè knows nothing about hatred. He is just four years old. His father, the owner of a small bookshop, loves him dearly: his mother dotes on him. One day in 1939, the boy sees a sign at the town bakery: “Dogs and Jews forbidden.” He asks his father why this is so. His father replies with a lie, saying that anybody can make any kind of rule they like. For instance, his father says, there are shops
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