|Plot||Two Italian and two American veterans relate intimate stories of capture and escape at the hands of Nazi's and Fascist's during WW II in Italy. Through deep personal reflection we learn of hard lessons and experiences that are chillingly relevant today. Fabio Ricci, (Italian) takes us back to his Tuscan village to show us how he hid under an artichoke plant to escape capture by the Germans. Fabio is articulate, intelligent and kind and gives poignant insight into how the war shaped life in Italy and changed the world. Floyd Duams, (American) survived three European invasions, only to be captured in Italy, then escape from Cine Citta' the Italian movie lot - prison camp. Floyd gives a glimpse of life with the Italian underground. Pio Pieruccini, (Italian) refused to fight with the Nazi's once Italy joined the Allied forces, tells of his capture, and how while in prison camp, forced to work making bombs, he is the victim of a bombing himself, losing use of his left hand. Pio is soft spoken and philosophical, and lays bare his emotions about man and war. Albert Soria, (American) born in Turin Italy, tells of a childhood raised in Fascism, fleeing the Nazi with his father, moved to America via Switzerland, joined the American Army and returned to liberate his homeland. He was the only member of his squad to survive a mortar attack.... search for Bicycle Lessons on IMDb|
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