On the streets of Milan, an open-hearted, unrelentingly active orphan fights to make the best of his life.
Vittorio De Sica directed the 1951 Italian fantasy film Miracle in Milan (Miracolo a Milano). Cesare Zavattini co-wrote the script, which was based on his novel Tot il Buono. Francesco Golisano, Emma Gramatica, Paolo Stoppa, and Guglielmo Barnab feature in the film.
The film, portrayed in the form of a neo-realist fairytale, depicts the lives of a poor group in postwar Milan, Italy.