The Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci has died
Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci, "The Last Tango in Paris" and "1900", died at the age of 77 in Rome.
It was named one of the giants of the Italian and world cinema. Bertolucci won the Academy Award for Best Italian Film, winning the "The Last Emperor" in 1988.
This biographer, master of the latest scientific emperor, won a total of nine Oscars in all categories.
The filmmakers won the erotic drama "The Last Tango in Paris" in 1972, along with Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, in which they were sexually controversial.
She stayed for a few years on a wheelchair and earned an honorable Palme d'Or at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.
Gilles Jacob said, "the last emperor of the last Italian cinema, due to the death of all the epic and adventure monster".
"The party is over: you have to do two tango dances," said Jacob AFP.
It was born in north-eastern Italy in 1941, in northeastern Italy, by Bertolucci, who produced highly-defunct 1900 films in 1900, or the fate of the Italian fascist "Conformist".
Mr. Bertolucci acknowledged "The Last Tango in Paris," 19-year-old Maria Schneider did not know Marlon Brando played lubricant while lubricant was called while simulating the introduction of actors.
"Butter was a unique idea. That's right, and a lot of years later I learned that Mary was angry and there was no violence in the scene of the movie script."
"It's both convenient and terrifying that anyone is so naive that it really happens that's happening on the screen of the movie," said the audience.
Maria Schneider, who was suffering from excessive substance abuse and depression earlier than 2011, said she had been "raped on stage" four years ago and filmed a movie that had been angry for many years.
In 2013 he asked how he remembered, said Bertolucci AFP: "I do not care".
"I think it's my movies, I think people can see it," said the "Last Emperors" in the 3D version, celebrating its 25th anniversary of the release of its international release.
"And sometimes, I laugh, I recall that it's a younger tale as a filmmaker," he said.
Outstanding among the list of discoveries, Dominique Sanda "The Conformist" in the 1970s, "The Last Tango in Paris" (1972), Liv Tyler's "Beauty Volee" in 1996, and "Eva Green" in "Innocents" .