Cinema: The New Pictures, Nov. 21, 1955

Frisky (Titanus; D.C.A.) proves that the Italian moviemakers are no better at doing sequels than Hollywood. Bread, Love and Dreams was a pleasant little comedy that got its fireworks from the incendiary performance of Gina Lollobrigida as she scattered sex and devastation through the streets of an Abruzzi village, and in the manly breasts of Policeman Vittorio De Sica and Roberto Risso. Frisky assembles all of the old cast and most of the old plot for another run-through. But this time the razor edge of comedy has dulled: Gina's rowdiness is strident, De...

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