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Because he was interested in cinema as the new art that crossed borders and produced meaning regardless of language, Majakovskij was eager to try his hand at everything. He painted and built sets, looked for stage props and thought about costumes, wanting to create films with artistic integrity.

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He had the idea that everything that could be imagined could be filmed. In the meantime, the most remarkable thing about this film was Majakovskij himself. In his role as the protagonist, his unstudied poses and gestures, his swinging manner of walking showed a different way an actor could behave in front of the camera and represented a new type of hero. Da: Print source.

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Director: Evgenij Slavinskij, Vladimir Majakovskij. Year: Country: Russia. Heart was issued by Treves on 17 October , the first day of school in Italy.

1846 - 1908

Its success was immense: in a few months it was printed in 40 Italian editions and translated into dozens of languages. Its praise for the creation of the united Italian state in the previous decade contributed to its reception, but also led to criticism from some Roman Catholic politicians for failing to depict the nature of the Holy See 's opposition to the annexation of Rome. The nationalist message visible in De Amicis' works was soon fused with a commitment to socialism a trend visible within Heart.

In , he adhered to the Italian Socialist Party.

His later works include: Sull'oceano , dealing with the plight of Italian emigrants overseas, Il romanzo di un maestro , Amore e ginnastica , Maestrina degli operai , La carrozza di tutti , L'idioma gentile , and Nuovi ritratti letterari e artistici At the same time, he contributed to the Turin -based Il Grido del Popolo - his articles were collected as Questione sociale "Social Issues", His last years were marked by tragedy and spent in reclusion; he was marked by his mother's death, and the frequent conflicts with his wife - ultimately, these were the source of an even greater emotional shock for De Amicis, as they led to his son Furio's suicide as schoolchildren, Furio and his brother Ugo had served as inspiration for Heart.

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Edmondo De Amicis. Gabrielle D. Clements , Edmondo De Amicas , , etching [1]. Main article: Heart.

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