Many suffered from the experience, but she was able to hold her own: "I took care of my own interests, blankly refusing to sign an exclusive contract with Universal Studios. She went ahead with the ceremony, but was concerned about sacrificing the rights she had to her child Patrick. While in Hollywood, Cardinale also became friends with Barbra Streisand, Elliott Gould, and Steve McQueen, but she never managed to feel at home there. [76], By 1966, Cardinale was being cited as the most popular film star in Italy, even more than Mastroianni and Loren. The appearance nonetheless marked her feature-film debut. I'm a normal person. [104] In 1984, she played the love interest of Marcello Mastroianni in a Marco Bellocchio production of Henry IV, based on the Luigi Pirandello play of the same name. In this, she starred along with Jean Rochefort. [68] By the end of the decade, she had returned to making films primarily in Italy, accepting a pay cut, turning her back on Hollywood stardom. She acted in a number of films during this period, including The Professionals (1966), a successful western starring Lancaster, Lee Marvin, … Jaded with the Hollywood film industry and not wanting to become a cliché, Cardinale returned to Italian and French cinema, and garnered the David di Donatello for Best Actress award for her roles in Il giorno della civetta (1968) and as a prostitute alongside Alberto Sordi in A Girl in Australia (1971). Her earthy interpretations of Sicilian women got her noticed ... Tunis, French Protectorate Tunisia [now Tunisia], Italy’s Titanus and Rai Com Pact to Restore and Distribute 400 Vintage Italian Titles (Exclusive), Cops & Criminals Clash in Trailer for French Action Film 'Rogue City', Pulse Films Expands Into Italy, Plans Sergio Leone Doc, Editors' Picks: Our Favorite Things From the Week of March 26, Most Attractive Actresses of 1940s - 1960s, The most beautiful actresses in the world imo. Learn about Claudia Cardinale including past and current movies, upcoming movies, and celebrity news at Movies.com. [57] Cardinale remembered Visconti's set as having an almost religious atmosphere, everything focused on the film, far removed the outside world. Tormented by thoughts of suicide, she fell into a state of depression. [51] In 1962, Cardinale was interviewed by the writer Alberto Moravia, who focused exclusively on her sexuality and body image in film, treating her as an object. [97] The film, shot on location in Rhodes, was poorly received; it holds a 32% "rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes as of July 2015[update]. - DER SPIEGEL - Geschichte", "Claudia Cardinale: 'Usually you live only one life. She is Tunisian from her mother's side and Italian from her father's side. Some newspapers were already referring to her as "la fidanzata d'Italia" (Italy's sweetheart). [24] Later that year, she had a leading role opposite Yvonne Monlaur in Claudio Gora's romantic comedy Three Strangers in Rome. "[66], In 1964, Cardinale starred alongside Rod Steiger and Shelley Winters in Francesco Maselli's Italian-made Time of Indifference. [127] In 2007, Cardinale appeared in the Aline Issermann comedy film Cherche fiancé tous frais payés, opposite Alexandra Lamy and Bruno Salomone,[128] in a role which Patrick Besson described as "atrocious". Claudia Cardinale ended up pregnant through an association with a Frenchman. Claudia Cardinale urodziła się i wychowała w Tunezji. [125] The film was screened out of competition at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. [55][56] She participated in the two films during exactly the same period, frequently moving from one to the other and experiencing the strictly planned approach of Visconti which contrasted strongly with Fellini's much more relaxed style and his almost total reliance on improvisation. Getty Images) W 1975 roku, po rozwodzie z Cristaldim, Claudia wyszła za mąż za reżysera filmowego, Pasquale Squitieriego, a w 1979 roku na świat przyszła córka pary, która dostała imię po matce. Although she lives in Paris, Cardinale is fiercely outspoken about being identified as an Italian. [60] Life stated that "the Cardinale appeal is a blend of solid simplicity and radiant sensuality. I've been very lucky because I've had many fantastic directors with me, Fellini, Visconti, Blake Edwards, lots and lots...". Hot & Sexy Pictures Of Claudia Cardinale. [59][61] Cardinale explained: "When I arrived for my first movie, I couldn't speak a word. Claudia Cardinale. [106] In 1985, Cardinale starred opposite Ben Gazzara and Lina Sastri in Alberto Bevilacqua's La donna delle meraviglie. [90], In 1975, Cardinale played the daughter of a political exile (Adolfo Celi) in Mauro Bolognini's Libera, My Love, a character who becomes "increasingly incensed by the fascist government of Italy and makes a number of bold and very personal gestures against it". She also realized she was increasingly unable to make decisions about her own life. Claudia Cardinale (Fot. [114] Every film I make entails becoming a different woman. [26] When she thought she could no longer hide her condition, she asked Cristaldi to terminate her contract. [25], Although she worked well into her seventh month, Cardinale's pregnancy was kept a tight secret. [115] In 1993, Cardinale won the Leone d'oro alla carriera award at the Venice Film Festival, in which she was honoured along with Roman Polanski, Robert De Niro, and Steven Spielberg. In February 2011, the Los Angeles Times Magazine named Cardinale among the 50 most beautiful women in film history. Like many other female Italian film stars, Claudia Cardinale's entry into the business was by way of a beauty pageant. Claudia Cardinale is an Italian film actress. https://film.org.pl/a/ludzie/claudia-cardinale-konczy-80-lat-158070 She was 17 years old and studying at the Centro Sperimentale in Rome when she entered a beauty contest, which resulted in her getting a succession of small film roles. [64] Cardinale acted in her first American film (although it was produced in Italy) when she played Princess Dala, a wealthy aristocratic woman who is the love and jewellery interest of David Niven in the Cortina d'Ampezzo-set The Pink Panther. Claudia Cardinale was born Claude Joséphine Rose Cardinale in La Goulette, a neighborhood of Tunis, French protectorate of Tunisia, on 15 April 1938. An acid portrait of Italian youth at the time, I DELFINI follows a dreary season of discontent and viciousness in the lives of a thoroughly unpleasant group of mostly rich youngsters in a small Adriatic coast city. She did not learn to speak Italian until she had already begun to be cast for Italian films. [53], The finest and most prolific year of her career was 1963, when she appeared in a number of leading productions. Her famous movies include Rocco and His Brothers (1960), Girl with a Suitcase(1961), The Professionals (1966), The Hell with Heroes (1968), etc. Cardinale's voice in the film was dubbed by Gale Garnett, who went uncredited. Cardinale nie zamierzała jednak rezygnować z kariery. https://www.duecappucci.pl/wszystkie-filmy-claudii-cardinale She also appeared alongside Rod Taylor in The Hell with Heroes and starred in one of her best-known roles as former prostitute Jill McBain in Sergio Leone's epic Western Once Upon a Time in the West. Understanding her predicament, he sent her to London for the birth, far away from the press. The comedy was a huge success, making Cardinale instantly recognizable. [98], After a role in Si salvi chi vuole (1980), and a smaller part in Peter Zinner's The Salamander opposite Franco Nero, Anthony Quinn, and Christopher Lee,[99] Cardinale played the love interest of Marcello Mastroianni in Liliana Cavani's war picture The Skin, a film which also reunited her with Burt Lancaster. She appeared as what Roger Ebert described as a "faded countess" opposite Jeremy Irons in Claude Lelouch's thriller film And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen,[124] portraying a character who spends her time in Fez, Morocco, with handsome gigolos. But Claudia – she's not easy, still she's within reach". "[69] Filmwriter David Simpson notes that as a result, "Cardinale never achieved the same level of fame as Loren and Gina Lollobrigida", although she appeared in a higher number of decent films. Claudia was born in La Goulette on April 15, 1938. [109] In 1987, Cardinale starred opposite Peter Coyote, Greta Scacchi, and Jamie Lee Curtis in Diane Kurys's film A Man in Love (Un homme amoureux), Kurys's first English-language feature. In 1974, Cardinale met director Pasquale Squitieri, who would become her partner, and she frequently featured in his films, including I guappi (1974), Corleone (1978) and Claretta (1984), the last of which won her the Nastro d'Argento Award for Best Actress. [100] The Skin was entered into the 1981 Cannes Film Festival. [a] From 1963, Cardinale became known in the United States and Britain following her role in The Pink Panther opposite David Niven. "[60], In 1966, a photograph of Cardinale was featured in the original gatefold artwork to Bob Dylan's album Blonde on Blonde (1966), but it was used without Cardinale's permission and removed from later pressings. [122], In 2000, Cardinale embarked on her stage career, starring in Maurizio Scaparro's stage production of La Venexiana, adapted by René de Ceccatty, at the Théâtre du Rond-Point in Paris. [6] Her maternal grandparents had a small shipbuilding firm in Trapani, but later settled in La Goulette, where a large Italian community existed. Her birth name is Claude Josephine Rose Cardinale. [47] Later in 1961, Cardinale starred as a prostitute opposite Jean-Paul Belmondo in Bolognini's La Viaccia. She revealed reality to him later. [14] She left at the end of her first term and decided to return home, earning herself a cover story in the popular weekly Epoca triggered by her unexpected decision to turn her back on a career as a film star. Two years later, Cardinale went on a theatrical tour of Italy, performing in Luigi Pirandello's Come tu mi vuoi, which Squitieri directed. [92], In 1976, Cardinale appeared in the sex comedy Il comune senso del pudore, which was directed and written by Alberto Sordi, who also co-starred. [94] Cardinale starred in her husband's Il prefetto di ferro, which tells the story of Cesare Mori (Giuliano Gemma), an Italian prefect that before and during the Fascist period was best known as "the Iron Prefect". Born and raised in La Goulette, a neighbourhood of Tunis, Cardinale won the "Most Beautiful Italian Girl in Tunisia" competition in 1957, the prize being a trip to Italy, which quickly led to film contracts, due above all to the involvement of Franco Cristaldi, who acted as her mentor for a number of years and later married her. Take a look at Chris Pine's biggest roles and the parts he never got the chance to play, including a major role in Avatar. [59][60] Not until 8½ was she allowed to use her own voice. [152][153] Cardinale said of her acting, "I never felt scandal and confession were necessary to be an actress. Cardinale stated that her films with Bolognini were among the most joyful of her career, considering him to be "a great director, a man of rare professional capability, great taste and culture. Screen siren Claudia Cardinale launches a season of films by Luchino Visconti at the NFT. [54] She starred alongside Burt Lancaster in Visconti's The Leopard (1963) (Il Gattopardo), portraying a village girl who married a progressive young aristocrat (Alain Delon), and played a film actress cast by a director (Marcello Mastroianni) in Federico Fellini's 8½. Claudia Cardinale is an Italian film actress. Claudia Cardinale and daughter Claudia Squitieri at the Paris Premiere Of The Film Angel A AT The Cinema Gaumont On The Champs Elysees. Cardinale's powerful performance as Claretta Petacci garnered her the Nastro d'Argento for Best Actress. [48] Cardinale's 1961 appearances also included Henri Verneuil's French comedy Les Lions sont lâchés,[49] and Auguste in which she had a cameo role. She attended briefly as, despite her extremely photogenic looks, she had trouble with her acting assignments (partly owing to her difficulties with the Italian language). [123] In 1961, Cardinale portrayed a sultry nightclub singer and young mother in Valerio Zurlini's Girl with a Suitcase. Postavy ji nepoznamenávaly, naopak ona v nich zanechala své otisky - smyslné charisma v italské… He praised Cardinale's "terrific" acting and portrayal of the "overbearing" mother, likening one scene, where she "brings home a nice girl for Malik (Antonin Stahly) to meet", to Harold and Maude (1971). In 1964, after her appearance with Rod Steiger and Shelley Winters in Time of Indifference, Cardinale began acting in Hollywood. After Cardinale decided to tell him everything, he published her story in Oggi and L'Europeo. Claude Joséphine Rose "Claudia" Cardinale (born 15 April 1938) is a Tunisian-born Italian film actress who starred in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in many English-language films. Everything was in the hands of Vides". [71] She was at the height of her sensuality at the time, but later the film only brought back unpleasant memories for her as she experienced little empathy with the producer Antonio Pietrangeli, while the male star Ugo Tognazzi tried to seduce her. It moves men all over the world to imagine her both as an exciting mistress and wife. Claudia Cardinale is an Italian-Tunisian film actress. Vitti's biographer noted how Cardinale and Vitti stood out as the female duo in a predominantly masculine cast. Even talking with a friend about anything that could make me look different from my public image was risky, as if it had been publicized, I would have been in trouble. Zenred September 30, 2020 Posted in Claudia Cardinale, Starlets Claudia Cardinale, publicity photo for the British film Upstairs and Downstairs (Ralph Thomas, 1959), her first English language film (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) [60] She also played a Mexican marquessa in Richard Brooks' Western The Professionals, uniting her on screen once again with Burt Lancaster in what she considered to be her best American film. [145], Cardinale has two children: Patrick, who was born illegitimately when she was 19 and later adopted by Cristaldi,[146] and Claudia,[147] whom she had with Squitieri. [108], In 1986, Cardinale was involved in the making of two films for television. Visconti needed silence for his work while Fellini preferred noise and confusion. [4][5] Her mother, Yolande Greco, was born in Tunisia to Sicilian emigrants from Trapani. Mamma Mia! [52] Just a few years later, she played a similar character in a film based on another novel by Moravia, Time of Indifference. He could understand me at a glance. She appeared in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in several English films. [42] However, her leading performance in Francesco Maselli's Silver Spoon Set gained her most attention during this period. [46] However, he was very close and supportive of Cardinale during the production, and a true friendship developed between the two, based on a deep mutual understanding. In 2010, Cardinale received the Best Actress Award at the 47th Antalya "Golden Orange" International Film Festival for her performance as an elderly Italian woman who takes in a young Turkish exchange student in Signora Enrica. [83] Such was the power of her performance as the whore that Leone's biographer Robert C. Cumbow described her as "permanently engraved in cinematic history" and noted how suited to the role she was: "Her sex-goddess appearance combines with her more mystical iconographic associations to ease the progress of Jill from tart to town builder, from harlot to earth mother, from sinner to symbol of America—the apotheosis of the harlot with a heart of gold. [9] As a teenager, she was described as "silent, weird, and wild", and like other girls of her generation, was fascinated by Brigitte Bardot, who came to prominence in the 1956 film And God Created Woman, directed by Roger Vadim. The Los Angeles Times Magazine, in a February 2011 online feature, named Cardinale among the 50 most beautiful women in film history. Cardinale is fluent in Arabic, French, Italian, English, and Spanish. Mystery is very important. Claudia Cardinale, born 1938, is an Italian Tunisian film actress and sex symbol who appeared in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in several English films. Such was the success of the film that Verneuil made a sequel the following year, 588, rue Paradis, also featuring the cast. Cardinale was praised by critics for her role as the mother; the Armenian General Benevolent Union of America noted the "flawless performance of these intrepid actors, especially of Claudia Cardinale". [89] Cardinale and the director Pasquale Squitieri met for the first time on set, and he soon became her husband. 9/10 Claudia Cardinale i Francesco Rosi w 1972 r. (FILES) - In this file picture taken on May 11,1972 Italian actress Claudia Cardinale and Italian director Francesco Rosi attend the presentation of the movie "Il Caso Mattei" at the Cannes International Film festival. Her awards have included an honorary Golden Lion at the 1993 Venice Film Festival, and an Honorary Golden Bear at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival. Claudia Cardinale full list of movies and tv shows in theaters, in production and upcoming films. Cardinale was amused to discover that the interview had inspired the writer to publish La dea dell'amore ("Goddess of Love") the following year, in which one of the characters, with her fine physical appearance and natural curves, closely resembled Cardinale. Claude Joséphine Rose "Claudia" Cardinale (born 15 April 1938) is a Tunisian-born Italian film actress who starred in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in many English-language films. Director: Francesco Maselli | Stars: Claudia … [136] Another excellent film in which Ms. Cardinale acted, released in 2012, was The Artist and the Model. Thereafter, she spent three years in the United States, where she starred in several Hollywood films. [62], The same year, Cardinale portrayed a prostitute in La ragazza di Bube or Bebo's Girl,[63] in which she also used her own voice. And I was speaking in French; in fact I was dubbed. In 1982, she starred in Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo as the love interest of Klaus Kinski, who raises the funds to buy a steamship in Peru. [19] She solved her problems by signing a seven-year exclusive contract with Franco Cristaldi's production company Vides. [21] According to Cardinale, the couple had a marriage party but did not marry,[142] and they became increasingly detached. She reunited with Rock Hudson in the Italian-made criminal comedy A Fine Pair under director Francesco Maselli. In her husband's Naso di Cane, a miniseries, Enrico Lancia and Roberto Poppi praised her for her "light comic touch". Trivia (21) She has two children: Patrizio, who was born out of wedlock (the father was a mysterious Frenchman) when she was 17 and later adopted by her former husband Franco Cristaldi; and Claudia, whose biological father is her longtime companion Pasquale Squitieri. Otherwise, you’ll lose your idea of who you are. However, when she did her aim was extremely good – starring in 2 of the greatest Westerns ever made: The Professionals … Continue reading Claudia Cardinale. Film profile for Claudia Cardinale, Actor, born 15 April 1938. [129] After a role in the TV movie Hold-up à l'italienne (2008), the following year Cardinale starred in the critically acclaimed The String, playing a Tunisian mother who has a tempestuous relationship with her French-educated gay son. Teprve skrze film upřímně žila. [93] The following year, she had a biblical role as the adulteress in the Jesus of Nazareth miniseries, which featured Robert Powell as Jesus, Anne Bancroft as Mary Magdalene, and Ernest Borgnine as Cornelius the Centurion. PROTAGONISTA VINCENT PEREZ", "Fernando Ghia, 69; Italian Film, TV Producer Known Best for 'Mission, "Festival de Cannes: And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen", "Claudia Cardinale invited to 47th Altın Portakal fest", "Presentato a Istanbul il film 'Signora Enrica' girato a Rimini", "Manoel de Oliveira passa dos cuidados intensivos para os intermédios", "Claudia Cardinale Interview – Effie Gray & Once Upon A Time In the West", "Claudia Cardinale, Premio 'Tabernas de Cine' del Almería Western", "Claudia Cardinale wird 80: Glückwunsch, Tigerin! She says she was pushed on stage by someone while she was helping with the arrangements and was declared the winner. Though the international film market was glutted with sultry European actresses during the 1960s, few could boast the depth and range of talent as Claudia Cardinale. [87] In 1972, Cardinale appeared in Marco Ferreri's L'udienza, which was screened at the 22nd Berlin International Film Festival. Claude Joséphine Rose "Claudia" Cardinale is a Tunisian-born Italian film actress who starred in some of the most acclaimed European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in many English-language films. IMDb takes a look at Gal Gadot's biggest roles and the parts she never got the chance to play, including a major role in the James Bond franchise. After being spotted by several film producers at the event, she was invited to study at the Experimental Cinematography Center in Rome under Tina Lattanzi. [44] Such was her psychological involvement that she needed several months to overcome her apprehensions and prepare for the part. [33] Cardinale considered it to have been her first real test as an actress. This was followed by a role as a telephone operator in Certo certissimo ... anzi probabile, and as a nurse opposite Sean Connery and Peter Finch in Mikhail Kalatozov's The Red Tent, based on the story of the mission to rescue Umberto Nobile and the other survivors of the crash of the Airship Italia.