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Bernardo Bertolucci filmmaker died in 77


Nicole Winfield, Associated Press

Published in Monday, November 26, 2018 5:19 AM EST

ROMA – Italian winner Bernardo Bertolucci won the "Last Emperor" with an Oscar, and the erotic drama "Paris's Final Tangoa" was surprised and shocked, he died on Monday. He was 77 years old.

The press office Bertolucci, Punto e Virgola, has confirmed death in the Associated Press email. Italian RAI states that Bertolucci died in his house in Rome, surrounded by family.

Bertolucci's films have often examined sexual relationships between characters attached to a psychological crisis, like "Last Tango". Marxism itself was not ashamed of politics and ideology, as did Konformists, according to Bertolucci, a man.

Although A-list worked with America and international, Bertolucci defended his own film against the pressure of the American film industry. A critical career has kept most of her career, the causes of her sex work and some trading flops in the weather of debates.

"As far as commercial cinema is concerned, I think I'm another tribe, I think I'm an infiltrator," said the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera in 1990.

He was honored for the 2011 Film Festival at the Festival Film Festival.

Bertolucci's film also published psychoanalytical experiences. He always said that the film was a way of communicating with the audience. He was his personal language.

"Perhaps I'm an idealist, but I think it's a movie theater, where we're dreaming together," said the director of the American Guild Award in 1987, "The Last Emperor."

This film gave Bertolucci his greatest success. He won the nine Oscars nominated for his awards in 1988 – including the best film and best director.

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One of the major brands of Bertolucci was filming a fascinating and lively style. Great scenes and intimate moments appeared, and it is a typical biopic.

The filmmaker Vittorio Storaro, who often worked with Bertolucci, won the "Last Emperor" by one of three Oscars, William Faulkner's director.

"His style is not Faulkner, but it does not last for 30 pages, but Bernard does not use a camera to send a single sentence. Everything everything spills everything else," said Storaro.

Bertolucci was born in a northern city of Parma on March 16, 1941, the son of Attilio Bertolucci and his wife, Ninetta. He went to Rome with the family Bertolucci at the age of 13.

He initially wanted to be a poet like his father, but later directed the films.

He was a Renaissance student at the University of Rome, as Assistant Director of "Claire Pasolini" "Accattone". A year later, in 1962, he filmed The Grim Reaper on the murder of a prostitute.

Shortly afterwards, he became one of the brightest young stars of international cinema. At the beginning of the 1930s, in 1964, the film "The Revolution Before" directed very well films: from the director of politics and bourgeois thinking in the hometown of the director; "The Spider's Strategem" in 1970, the story of a man who returns to his father's murder scene, a fake anti-fascist hero to find a fake web page; and "Conformist", based on Alberto Moravi's novel and represents the battle of Jean-Louis Trintignant's society to adapt to fascist and social Italy.

But "Last Tango" was the one with Bertolucci stardom and fiercely shot.

Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, the main actors and younger women in a brutal sex relationship in a bustling apartment in Paris, struck and censored the world in her hometown.

But his gross and improvisational style also won nominations for Oscar Brando and Bertolucci, and New York's film critic Pauline Kael described Stravinsky's "Spring Rite" as a revolutionary piece of art.

The film was banned in Italy when it was published in 1972 and was no longer released until 1987. In 1976 the Court was tried by the Supreme Court and Supreme Court, it prohibited the film and asked for copies copied and destroyed. Bertolucci, Brando and Schneider, as well as the producer Alberto Grimaldi, were sentenced to two months' imprisonment, and imposed a fine of $ 40, although prison sentences were suspended.

Schneider said it was a traumatized movie. The actor who died in 2011 was shot at the age of 19 and told the Daily Mail in 2007 that the butter appeared as a stick that was reported without rape.

"I should call my agent or when my lawyer was established, you could not force someone to do something that was not written, but at that time I did not know it," he said.

"Marlon told me:" Maria, do not worry, it's just a movie, "but in the scene, although Marlon was doing it, it was not genuine, I wept. I was humiliated and honest, Marlon and Bertolucci were raped a bit When they felt it to me, Marlon did not console me or apologize, thankfully, he just took one, "he said.

Bertolucci began his biggest project, a four-hour epic story by four boys, Gerard Depardieu and Robert De Niro, through the past-time political explosions in Italy. The movie – "1900" – won some critical praise, but it was a flop commercial.

Later Bertolucci, among others, "The Sheltering Sky", along with Debra Winger and John Malkovich, tried to find a new life to travel to Africa. In 1990, Bertolucci received the Golden Globes nomination.

In 1993 he directed the "Little Buddha" as Keanu Reeves Siddharta; "Stealing Beauty" In 1996, Liv Tyler had a sexual discovery of a sex in an Italian trip; "The Dreamers" once again was an erotic drama against politics – in this case 1968 pupil of Paris rebellion – brethren filmmakers star Eva Green and Louis Garrel, creating friendship with American student Michael Pitt. The film showed a totally fake nakedness, but it was released in the United States.

In 2007, Bertolucci received a special prize in his career at the Venice Film Festival.

Bertolucci married Clare Peploe, English writer and director. There were no children. Peploe is the director of Mark Peploe, director and Bertolucci, who has worked as a friend of various projects.

Punto e Virgola, in the press office, details of the funeral plans have not yet ended, but the next day awaits an event.

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