Blessed with an extraordinary face and figure, Cardinale began her career as lovely window dressing in films like … Film profile for Claudia Cardinale, Actor, born 15 April 1938. [75] Cardinale became good friends with Hudson, who proved to be very protective of her, knowing her discomfort outside of Italy. She featured especially in Italian and French, but also in different English-language films. [95] In 1978, Cardinale appeared in Damiano Damiani's political thriller, Goodbye & Amen – L'uomo della CIA, and again featured alongside Gemma in her husband's gangster picture, Corleone, set in 1950s Sicily. Mamma Mia! 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. W 1971 roku Claudia Cardinale spotkała się z Brigite Bardot na planie westernowej komedii „Królowe Dzikiego Zachodu”. 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. [37] The film marked the start of a fruitful partnership. In the end, everything worked out fine for me. [50] She also played Angiolina, the romantic interest of Anthony Franciosa in Bolognini's Senilità, a character which film writer Jacek Klinowski describes as "a spirited and strikingly beautiful twenty-year-old". Mystery is very important. She also realized she was increasingly unable to make decisions about her own life. I couldn't understand what they were talking about. [131], In 2010, Cardinale received the Golden Orange 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. [102] Later that year, Cardinale played opposite Pierre Mondy in the sex farce Le Cadeau, a role which biographers Lancia and Minelli say was played with a "mature charm and expressiveness". 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. He was really very fond of me. She went ahead with the ceremony, but was concerned about sacrificing the rights she had to her child Patrick. Tormented by thoughts of suicide, she fell into a state of depression. [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. [141], Claudia Cardinale met the Italian film producer Franco Cristaldi in 1958. [118] It is described as "an adaptation of Joseph Conrad's epic story Nostromo of political upheaval, greed, and romance in turn-of-the-20th-century South America. In February 2011, the Los Angeles Times Magazine named Cardinale among the 50 most beautiful women in film history. Screen siren Claudia Cardinale launches a season of films by Luchino Visconti at the NFT. [88] After a role as a Russian aristocrat opposite Oliver Reed in One Russian Summer (1973), set in prerevolutionary Russia, Cardinale starred opposite Franco Nero in I guappi (1974), a historical drama film with "poliziotteschi" and "noir" elements. [86] In 1971, she formed a duo with Brigitte Bardot in the French Western-comedy The Legend of Frenchie King, and appeared as a prostitute opposite Alberto Sordi in Luigi Zampa's comedy A Girl in Australia. She reunited with Rock Hudson in the Italian-made criminal comedy A Fine Pair under director Francesco Maselli. Most Cardinale's flicks have been either of Italian or French origin; she has almost never worked outside the European cinema and she has become one of its iconic movie stars, among the most versatile. [22], Under the new contract, in 1958, Cardinale was given a minor role with leading Italian actors Vittorio Gassman, Totò, Marcello Mastroianni, and Renato Salvatori in Mario Monicelli's internationally successful criminal comedy Big Deal on Madonna Street (I soliti ignoti). [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. [32] Cardinale also starred opposite Pietro Germi in his crime film The Facts of Murder, an important assignment for her in mastering the craft of acting while learning to feel at ease in front of the camera. [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. [23] Francesco Freda felt the film paved her way "to great success", noting the "sweetness of her smile" which struck a chord with the public.[43]. Quinn expressed his love of working with Cardinale, stating that although he adored Cardinale and Loren equally, "I relate easier to Claudia, Sophia creates an impression of something larger than life, something unobtainable. Podobno tam natychmiast zaczęli do niej smalić cholewki najbardziej wzięci włoscy producenci. Cardinale next portrayed Pauline Bonaparte in Abel Gance's French film Napoleone ad Austerlitz,[41] and after appearing opposite Gassman and Salvatori in the sequel to Big Deal on Madonna Street, Audace colpo dei soliti ignoti, she portrayed Ginetta, the fiancée of Spiros Focás, alongside Salvatori and Alain Delon in Luchino Visconti's critically acclaimed Rocco and His Brothers. "[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. Cardinale nie zamierzała jednak rezygnować z kariery. [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. "[84] In 1969, Cardinale starred opposite Nino Manfredi in Luigi Magni's Nell'anno del Signore, based on the actual story of the capital execution of two carbonari in papal Rome. Such was the success of the film that Verneuil made a sequel the following year, 588, rue Paradis, also featuring the cast. [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". [8] She then studied at the Paul Cambon School, where she graduated with the intention of becoming a teacher. She starred mainly in European movies, especially Italian and french. Learn about Claudia Cardinale including past and current movies, upcoming movies, and celebrity news at Movies.com. Claudia Cardinale is a very well-known Italian actress. 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. [6] Her native languages were French, Tunisian Arabic, and the Sicilian language of her parents. Like many other female Italian film stars, Claudia Cardinale's entry into the business was by way of a beauty pageant. Hot & Sexy Pictures Of Claudia Cardinale. [67], She first starred in the Henry Hathaway's Hollywood picture Circus World (1964) opposite John Wayne and Rita Hayworth, playing the daughter of Hayworth, who performs with her as a mother-daughter circus act. [133], In 2012, Cardinale featured opposite Jeanne Moreau and Michael Lonsdale in the final feature film to be directed by Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira, Gebo and the Shadow. Understanding her predicament, he sent her to London for the birth, far away from the press. [25], Although she worked well into her seventh month, Cardinale's pregnancy was kept a tight secret. [117], In 1997, Cardinale featured in the British-Italian television drama miniseries Nostromo, directed by Alastair Reid and produced by Fernando Ghia of Pixit Productions, a co-production with Radiotelevisione Italiana, Televisión Española, and WGBH Boston. Claudia Cardinale (born 15 April 1938) is an Italian Tunisian actress. [42] However, her leading performance in Francesco Maselli's Silver Spoon Set gained her most attention during this period. [15][b], Back in Tunis, however, Cardinale discovered unexpectedly that she was pregnant, the result of what she later described as a "terrible" relationship with a Frenchman, some 10 years her senior, which began when she was only 17 and lasted for about a year. [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. She revealed reality to him later. [107] It entered the competition at the 1985 Venice International Film Festival. She accepted it reluctantly after Baratier explained he wanted a Tunisian actress rather than an Italian to star in the main role opposite the Egyptian actor Omar Sharif. [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. 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. 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). [132] The Turkish-Italian co-production was shot in locations in Istanbul and Rimini. Claudia Cardinale and daughter Claudia Squitieri at the Paris Premiere Of The Film Angel A AT The Cinema Gaumont On The Champs Elysees. 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. [139] While promoting Effie Gray, in an interview Cardinale said: "I still continue to work, it's 142 movies now. Galeria zdjęć Claudia Cardinale - Urodziła się w Tunisie (Francja, obecnie Tunezja) w 1938 roku w rodzinie włoskich emigrantów. Thereafter, she spent three years in the United States, where she starred in several Hollywood films. [45] Zurlini chose her for such a difficult role against everyone's advice, as she was not yet considered a "real" actress, nor was she (yet) one of the most celebrated Italian beauties. Claudia Cardinale mówiła, że uroda pozwoliła jej postawić pierwsze kroki na drodze kariery, ale gdyby nie miała talentu aktorskiego, zakończyłaby ją po kilku latach i popadła w zapomnienie. In 2013, Cardinale starred alongside supporting actresses Patricia Black and Chloé Cunha in Nadia Szold's Joy de V.,[137] and had a role in Ernst Gossner's war drama The Silent Mountain, a love story set in the Dolomite Mountains at the outbreak of World War I between Italy and Austria-Hungary in 1915. Her famous movies include Rocco and His Brothers (1960), Girl with a Suitcase(1961), The Professionals (1966), The Hell with Heroes (1968), etc. [19] She solved her problems by signing a seven-year exclusive contract with Franco Cristaldi's production company Vides. Jako nastolatka wygrała konkurs piękności, do którego się nawet nie zgłosiła, a w nagrodę w 1958 roku pojechała na festiwal filmowy w Wenecji. She starred mainly in European movies, especially Italian and french. [152][153] Cardinale said of her acting, "I never felt scandal and confession were necessary to be an actress.

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