Rossellini classics digitally restored for the big screenIf you can’t take a quick city break to Italy this summer, this might soothe the itch. Hey, we said might. First up in the double bill, Roberto Rossellini’s ‘Rome, Open City’ from 1945 (it has subtitles, so don’t sweat) is the very film that some say brought the Italian Neo-Realist movement to life. Directly after, you’ll watch his digitally restored 1953 English language feature ‘Journey To Italy’ about an English couple buying a house in Naples and the drama that comes with it. Now doesn’t that sound like the life?