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Anna Magnani

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Anna Magnani (pronounced: mahn-YANEE; 7 March 1908 – 26 September 1973) was an Italian stage and film actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress, along with four other international awards, for her portrayal of a Sicilian widow in The Rose Tattoo. Born in Rome to an Egyptian father and an Italian mother, she worked her way through Rome's Academy of Dramatic Art by singing at night clubs. During her career, her only child was stricken by polio when he was 18 months old and remained crippled. She was referred to as "La Lupa," the "perennial toast of Rome" and a "living she-wolf symbol" of the cinema. Time magazine described her personality as "fiery", and drama critic Harold Clurman said her acting was "volcanic". In the realm of Italian cinema, she was "passionate, fearless, and exciting," an actress that film historian Barry Monush calls "the volcanic earth mother of all Italian cinema." Director Roberto Rossellini called her "the greatest acting genius since Eleonora Duse. Playwright Tennessee Williams became an admirer of her acting and wrote The Rose Tattoo specifically for her to star in, a role for which she received her first Oscar in 1955. After meeting director Goffredo Alessandrini she received her first screen role in La cieca di Sorrento (The Blind Woman of Sorrento) (1934) and later achieved international fame in Rossellini's Rome, Open City (1945), considered the first significant movie to launch the Italian neorealism movement in cinema. As an actress she became recognized for her dynamic and forceful portrayals of "earthy lower-class women" in such films as The Miracle (1948), Bellissima (1951), The Rose Tattoo (1955), The Fugitive Kind (1960), with Marlon Brando and directed by Sidney Lumet, and Mamma Roma (1962). As early as 1950, Life magazine had already stated that Magnani was "one of the most impressive actresses since Garbo". Description above from the Wikipedia article Anna Magnani, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​


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Родился:
Mar 7, 1908 в Rome, Italy
Кино / ТВ Кредиты:
39
Впервые появился:
на movie La Cieca Di Sorrento 1934-04-30
Последний проект:
Кино Girlfriend in a Coma 2012-11-26
Известный в фильмах
Poster of Risate di gioia
Poster of Nella città l'inferno
Poster of Церемония вручения премии «Оскар»
Poster of Tempo massimo
Фильмография
Кино Girlfriend in a Coma Maddalena Cecconi (archive footage) (uncredited) 2012-11-26
Кино Vittorio D 2009-09-17
Кино Новый кинотеатр «Парадизо» Maddalena Cecconi (archive footage) (uncredited) 1988-11-17
Кино ...Correva l'anno di grazia 1870 Teresa Parenti 1972-01-07
Кино Рим Anna Magnani 1972-03-15
Кино Tre donne - La sciantosa Flora Torres 1971-09-26
Кино Tre donne - 1943: Un incontro Jolanda 1971-10-03
Кино Tre donne - L'automobile Anna 1971-10-10
Кино The Secret of Santa Vittoria Rosa 1969-01-01
Кино Made in italy Adelina (segment "5 'La Famiglia', episode 3") 1965-09-03
Кино Le magot de Josefa Josefa 1963-08-22
Кино Мама Рома Roma 1962-08-31
Кино Из породы беглецов Lady Torrance 1960-04-14
Кино Risate di gioia Gioia Fabbricotti 1960-10-21
Кино Nella città l'inferno 1959-04-01
Кино Wild Is the Wind Gioa 1957-12-11
Кино Suor Letizia 1956-10-17
Кино The Rose Tattoo Serafina Delle Rose 1955-12-12
Series Церемония вручения премии «Оскар» Unknown 1953-03-18
Кино Siamo donne Herself (segment "Anna Magnani") 1953-10-22
Кино Camicie rosse 1952-08-14
Кино Le Carrosse d'or Camilla 1952-12-05
Кино Bellissima Maddalena Cecconi 1951-12-27
Кино Vulcano Maddalena Natoli 1950-02-02
Кино L'Amore: Due storie d'amore The woman (segment "Una voce umana") / Nannina (segment "Il miracolo") 1948-10-30
Кино Molti sogni per le strade 1948-01-01
Кино Assunta Spina Assunta Spina 1948-03-10
Кино L'onorevole Angelina Angelina Bianchi 1947-11-12
Кино Abbasso la ricchezza! 1946-01-01
Кино Il bandito Lidia 1946-10-05
Кино Рим, открытый город Pina 1945-09-27
Кино Abbasso la miseria! 1945-07-19
Кино L'ultima carrozzella Mary Dunchetti 1943-01-01
Кино Campo de' fiori Elide 1943-06-23
Кино Teresa Venerdì Maddalena/Loretta 1941-01-01
Кино La fuggitiva Wanda Reni 1941-11-02
Кино Cavalleria Fanny 1936-10-23
Кино La Cieca Di Sorrento Anna, la sua amante 1934-04-30
Кино Tempo massimo Emilia - la cameriera 1934-12-30