On Monday, November 26 at 7am, Bernardo Bertolucci, the Italian erotic cinema master, reacted to the fight against cancer, according to foreign media reports.
Bertolucci traveled for more than 10 years, after a failed disc hernia operation in 2003.
The last of the philosophers of the last Tango in Paris, The Last Emperor and The Dreamers, began his film career in # 39; In the early 1960's, when he became the most important Italian cinema producer, Hollywood also helped in 1987. In the year his last emperor won nine "Oscar" statutes, including Bertolucci as the best director.
Bertolucci, the son of a famous poet and teacher, was born in 1940 and grew up in a creative atmosphere. Bertolucci began his creative career as a poet at age 21, when he received a poetry prize, but decided to focus on filming. His debut film, "The Grim Reaper", hit the scenes in 1962 and reported the murder of a Roman prostitute. The film was recorded in the Venice Film Festival.
In 1970 he received his first nomination for The Conformist, a story about the Italian fascist age. The main character of film is an intellectual hired by Musiolin's secret police to go to Paris to kill an anti-Fascist professor who once studied. This film began with Bertolucci's collaboration with filmography Vitorio Storaro, with whom he produced a series of erotic films, including the famous "Last Tango in Paris" (1972) with Marlon Brando and Marija Schnayder, the & # 39; t Bertolucci brought his world-famous bridge.
In general, he made 25 cinema in his career. His last job was the film "Me and You", the 2012 shot of the screen.
In the Cannes Film Festival 2011 Bernardo Bertolucci was awarded the Honor Golden Palm.
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