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1.

Much ahead of its time and still powerful

8/10
Author: debblyst on 3 November 2003
2.

Fascinating retelling of a James M. Cain noir classic.

Author: Infofreak on 22 July 2003
3.

A haunting tale of greed and desire.

9/10
Author: Rigor on 12 May 1999
4.

Marvelous

9/10
Author: zetes on 21 June 2002
5.

You could watch it ten times and still delight in its nuances.

8/10
Author: Ben_Cheshire on 26 May 2004
6.

Obsession

10/10
Author: jotix100 on 26 January 2006
7.

Ossessione digital restoration

9/10
Author: Kris Kolodziejski on 7 October 2006
8.

A Masterpiece: The Original Story of `The Postman Rings Twice'

10/10
Author: Claudio Carvalho on 27 December 2003
9.

A gripping glimpse into the psychology of murder, greed and desire

8/10
Author: Night Must Fall on 24 June 2002
10.

stark, gritty peek at life in italy during wartime.

10/10
Author: william c. young III (bill@ci.brownsville.tx.us) on 27 June 2002
11.

A daring debut, fusing melodrama, film-noir, and a realistic approach later to flourish after the war...

10/10
Author: MisterWhiplash on 24 June 2004
12.

Traumatic but absorbing ride

6/10
Author: jeffcoat on 17 January 2004
13.

Masterpiece saved

9/10
Author: Jim Tritten on 22 June 2002
14.

Another ITALIAN FILM MASTERPIECE!!

9/10
Author: olddiscs on 2 November 2002
15.

Music for the eye and ear

10/10
Author: (tooter.ted@gmail.com) on 18 February 2006
16.

Crime and Repentance - A Socialist's Point of View

8/10
Author: two-rivers on 5 April 2000
17.

Some viewers still crazy about its magnetism and realism

8/10
Author: Marcin Kukuczka on 6 April 2008
18.

The postman always rings best in Italy

Author: dbdumonteil on 9 December 2007
19.

Exhibits all the hallmarks of early genius

9/10
Author: Frederick on 5 August 2003
20.

Of course I liked it

Author: postmanwhoalwaysringstwice on 4 March 2003
21.

The postman rings twice in Italy, too!

8/10
Author: The_Void on 11 January 2007
22.

Earliest Attempt at Neo-Realism

Author: David Le Sage on 2 May 2012
23.

The Italian 'The Postman Always Rings Twice'...

8/10
Author: Tim Kidner (tim@kidnerpix.com) on 6 April 2012
24.

One of my favorites

Author: Vincentiu on 31 December 2011
25.

Great unofficial version of the "The Postman Always Rings Twice" is perhaps a tad bit overlong.

8/10
Author: Boba_Fett1138 on 8 March 2010
26.

Catalyst for Neo-Realist Films

7/10
Author: gentendo on 1 February 2009
27.

Visconti's impressive debut

8/10
Author: ALauff on 11 August 2004
28.

First version of Ruth Snyder-Judd Gray murder...

8/10
Author: faraaj-1 (faraajqureshi2401@gmail.com) on 5 November 2006
29.

So very, very different from the Hollywood film

7/10
Author: planktonrules on 23 September 2006
30.

Unauthorized and Overlong

6/10
Author: kenjha on 9 April 2010
31.

the economy of articulation, editing time from a precise roll of images, in the cutting room

Author: camera obscura/camera lucida (mdotstar@texas.net) on 15 March 2002

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