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  1.  Ingrid Bergman outstanding acting.

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    Roberto Rossellini's 1950 classic of Neo-Realism stars Ingrid Bergman as Karin, a displaced Lithuanian in Italy, who escapes an internment camp by marrying an Italian ex-soldier turned fisherman(Mario Vitale). soon discovers his home, is close to the volcanic island of Stromboli, is bleak surrounded by rocks and a labyrinth of tight narrow paths for streets , its traditional conservative religious people treat her with hostility.in todays standards a fresh modern happy go lucky yet mature and sensitive in attitude becoming very strong minded.
    Released at the height of the international scandal surrounding the director's affair with his star, This is an incredible outstanding performance that kept me riveted to the screen, my heart went out to her. you've never seen acting like it. Has a strong message in more ways than one.

  2.  Beware of plastic alternative ice scrapers by sellers

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    The clearway wallet ice scraper is great for thinish ice on the windscreen not meant for serious blizzards, will fit into a credit size wallet.
    But beware of sellers on play.com or anywhere else on line that promotes this item on the back of a clearway wallet ice scraper picture on there site listing...note: There cunning remarks stating colour and design may vary...what this means is you will not get what you think, but a rubbish credit card size piece of plastic costing about 5.99.....i dont think so, you might just as well use your old credit card...beware and ask first and do check the sellers feedback as well that should give a good indication of the honour and integrity of the seller.........some may say that the cleaway stainless steel ice scraper may scratch your windscreen, i dont buy into that but one can always test it first on a side window first. Before trying it on the front windscreen.