Culture news: On November 26, the famous Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci died.
Today, on November 26, the 77th anniversary, the legendary director Bernard Bertolucci died. He won the Oscars (1987), the Golden Globe (1988), the BAFTA (1989), the Berlin International Film Festival (1970) and the Venice Film Festival (1997, 2007). We offer you the opportunity to see works by renowned Bernardo Bertolucci.
The Oscar-winning director died in Italy in the 77's
Alberto Moravia, a novel based on the novel of the same name. The image has become a culture that receives the highest grade of professional film critics. The land has many memories of the 33-year-old aristocrat Marcello Clerici, committed to the murder of an anti-fascist professor of Paris committed to the Nation.
"Last Tango in Paris", 1972
The image of "Pornography" was banned from Italy, Portugal, Singapore, New Zealand and South Korea. This is not a relationship between an elderly man and a woman, with intimate frank scenes. This is the pursuit of the ideal, the eternal harmony of the soul, the sincerity of love. The photo was nominated for an Academy Award, the Golden Globe.
"The twentieth century", 1976
This is the story of the friendship of two men of the family of farmers and landlords. From childhood to adulthood, behind historical events and Italian behavior changes XX. In the first half of the century. Robert De Niro and Gerard Depardieu were the stars.
The last Emperor of 1987
He wrote the screenplay for Bertolucci. The film won 9 Oscars, 4 Golden Globes, Cesar Awards and other prestigious awards. This is the great story of the life and death of Emperor Emperor Pu Yi: the great changes made by his revolutionary childhood childhood infancy in the city of Debabarrena.
"Little Buddha", 1993
The main roles of the film were made by Bridget Fonda, Chris Isaac and Keanu Reeves, who plays the same Buddha. In the story, a group of Buddhist monks led by Lama Norbu is looking for the reappearance of Professor Lama Dorje. Finds three children, the possibilities of this teacher's resurrection: boy Jess Conrad Seattle, a Kathmandu homeless child and a noble Indian family. They will be sent to lunch together, where they will be tested for children, which is the real re-enactment. The storyline links Buddhism and the life of the Buddha Gautama.