Roberto Benigni's Life Is Beautiful

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The Italian movie “Life is Beautiful” has a sense of humor and sorrow. It shows how life can be somewhat imbalanced yet it can still be beautiful especially when you are with the people you love. The actors gave out their potential but the most outstanding was Roberto Benigni. A watcher will not end the movie without smiling a bit and perhaps a heartfelt laugh. The Guido himself, Roberto Benigni, was also the director and co-writer of the film;which is a possible reason for a good portrayal of his character and to his interpretation to the flow of the story. The rest of the actors remained as their role in the story throughout the film plainly they stayed the same. Nevertheless, the story was alright, making you climb a hill of delight then drop you off a cliff from its sudden sad moments.
The whole film was actuallyGiosué’s (Joshua’s) narration of his father’s doings. An Italian ,
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According to history, the Jews were seriously not treated well at their sites and only 14% survived over 6 million of the Jews were killed horrible situation. (Stadtler, 2007) The script although was one of the fun elements it was also a reason that limited the story’s development. Such events were clear that a reason why it was mentioned because it will be unfolded later in the movie. (e.g. Joshua not liking to take a bath, later on it became a reason for him not to be included with the other kids in the gas chamber) Benigni did an exceptional performance; However it did not balance with the other

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