On November 26, at the age of 77, the legendary Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci died. The master of social and intimate cinema has been awarded the Oscar and the Palm of Palm for his contribution to cinema. Vogue UA remembers the director's cult masterpieces.
The essence and origins of fascism, the totalitarianism view from the Freudian point of view – all of these are related to the "Conformist" table. These are the memoirs of a hero who must be massacred by an anti-fascist professor who had been appointed by the fascists as his former teacher.
Bertolucci wrote the screenplay based on a novel by Alberto Moravia in 1951. And the inspiration for the band was the student riots in Paris in 1968, when Bertolucci was a participant. The "conformist" had a serious influence on the development of world cinema and the creation of a new generation of psychological dramas, such as The Godfather (1972) and Apocalypse Now (1979). The Toronto International Film Festival contains a picture in the Top 100 films you need to watch.
Last tango in Paris, 1972
An erotic, philosophical melodrama about the relationship between an old man and a young woman. This tape is about the collapse of hopes, ideals, endless harmony and the sincerity of love.
At various times, the scandal film Bertolucci was banned from showing in Italy, Portugal, Singapore, New Zealand and South Korea because of "pornography". Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider starred in the film. The film was nominated by two Oscar nominees for the work of best director and best male nominee.
The Last Emperor, 1987
Film The Last Emperor ere is a film about the life of the late Chinese Emperor Pu Yi.
Bertolucci wrote the screenplay of the film itself. In this epic film, it has been reflected on several years of studying the history of China. Nine Oscars, four Golden Globes, Cesar Award and other prestigious awards. This picture made the Italian director "classic".
Play Beauty, 1996
Drama is about a young American woman who, in her hometown, wants her mother in Tuscany, a young American woman who committed suicide with a poem that needed to be solved. This is her first portrayal of Liv Tyler in the lead role. The site was owned by Jeremy Irons and Rachel Weiss. The film premiered in Italy in 1996. The film was officially elected to participate in the Cannes Film Festival. The cassette was completely removed in Tuscany in Italy. The main location for filming was the property of Castello di Brolio, and it was a small villa on the grounds.
One of the most popular films by the Italian director tells the story of three young people's love stories: his brother and sister Isabel and Theo and the American Matthew joined them. The events of the film appear in the background of 1968 Paris student unrest.
The main roles of the film were Eva Green (actress on stage), performed by Louis Garrel and Michael Pitt. Interestingly, Matthew played Leonardo DiCaprio and Jake Gyllenhaal in the role of Matthew starring Michael Pitt. His first film, "Aviator", declined due to his participation in the film, and the second film seemed very clear. This room is called the “collection of film allergies ir in the erotic drama. In the film, many scenes, idioms, music, details – this is a reference to other tapes. Thus Bertolucci said that he respects the classics of world cinema.