“Virna Lisi, the lady who gave up Hollywood”: ecco il film che racconta la straordinaria actress Marchigiana

ANCONA – A great lady, an extraordinary actress, a stella marchigiana that shines forever. Virna Pieralisi, in art Virna Lisi, was born in Ancona on November 8, 1936 and was alive all’età on 78 years in 2014 but her sweetheart remains bright in her heart. This morning at the 17th Festa Del Cinema di Roma, the documentary film “Virna Lisi – The lady who gave up Hollywood” by Fabrizio Corallo will be presented. An exciting ritratto of one of the interpreti più amate e popolari di semper della storia del nostro cinema, which she has traversed with fascination and personality sessant’anni di spettacolo, with a non-imitable style.

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Virna Lisi, the star who has given up Holliwood

The documentary, produced by Dean Film and Surf Film in collaboration with Luce Cinecittà with the participation of Sky Arte, LA7 and the Fondazione Marche Cultura – Marche Film Commission, is transported across the arch of the tutta by a carrier initiated by the case and the giovanissima, appena quattordicenne, soon splosed with a growing public success thanks to a popular cinema, and confirmed with the great authors: Maselli, Steno, Germi, Monicelli, Mattoli, Cavani, Corbucci, Fulci, Lattuada, Dino Risi, Luigi Comencini, Amelio, Vanzina , Cristina Comencini…

A glimpse of the film is the Hollywood parentage, when Virna Lisi negli anni ’60 came chiamata to Los Angeles to pick up the “new Marilyn” dress (her fame was so high, also international) and the renunciation of the sette anni contract With a major American dopo three films and a folgorante start by sfuggire to regole ferree che sentiva troppo impegnative and to return stabilmente with husband Franco Pesci and with il figlio Corrado. In the ritratto di una donna vera, schietta, legata a valori non cheap l’immagine luminous di una delle ultime dive del cine si focalizza sule doti de un’attrice especiale che ha accettato spesso e volentieri di “imbruttirsi” (as in the emblematic case of ‘La regina Margot’ by Patrice Chereau, who received the prize for the migliore actress at Cannes in 1994) and has always approached the quality in a profession confronted with constant passion and always accompanies criticism with attention and respect and publicity with unconditional inspection.

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Il film in anteprima ad Ancona, sua città natale

«We support this project through the Marche Film Commission – comments l’Assessore alla Cultura della Regione Marche Chiara Biondi – to celebrate a great lady Marchigiana who has learned to fare art ad altissimi livelli senza renounce ai valori in cui credeva. I’m happy, I’m doing little business with delegates alle Pari Opportunità, I’ll start in this way my way. Il cinema e l’audiovisivo, his cui stiamo investing so much, we represent per noi a decisive strategy that rafforza l’asse culture-tourism. Abbiamo tanti progetti in cantiere, also thanks to the labor of chi mi ha preceduta. I am sure that I share this with many great results for my territory, that I deserve the knowledge of più and the best of my great schermo».

Dopo il passaggio alla Festa del Cinema, “Virna Lisi – The lady who gave up Hollywood”, will be projected in advance regionale ad Ancona, thanks to the collaboration of the Comune di Ancona that has also sponsored the project. It will be released on Sky Arte on Tuesday, November 8, 21.15, the day of the actress’s birthday, and will be available in streaming on NOW. Nelle prossime settimane sarà infine trasmesso da La7 in prima serata.

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“Virna Lisi, the lady who gave up Hollywood”: ecco il film che racconta la straordinaria actress Marchigiana


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