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Rome pays homage to the sweet Monica Vitti with an exhibition

Monica Vitti

Organization: Istituto Luce Cinecittà
Protagonists: Monica Vitti
Web: http://www.cinecitta.com/IT/it-it/cms/1/luce-cinecitta-home.aspx

Address: Roma
Date and Time: 08/03/2018 09:00
District: Latium
Province: Rome (RM)
Location: Rome (RM)

Rome pays homage to the sweet Monica Vitti with an exhibition

Monica Vitti, the diva celebrated in the exhibition "La dolce Monica", "La dolce Vitti".

50 years after the release of "The girl with the gun", Rome returns to pay homage to Monica Vitti.


A great story

This is an exhibition, from the first years of training at the theater, from dubbing to Cinema ...

in addition, from Antonioni's muse to the queen of comedy, from television to his 'author' films.

Among magnificent photographs from public and private archives, audio and video, archive footage and autobiographical pieces, testimonies and film screenings.

Finally Rome returns to pay homage to Monica Vitti, her most modern diva, the sweetest revolutionary of our imaginary.

Monica Vitti is perhaps today the actress who arouses the greatest sympathy and emotion in a vast and transversal public.

Monica Vitti has been and is a unique actress, through dozens of different incarnations.

Characters, transformations, career turns, Theater, Cinema, TV, scripts, songs ...


Thanks to the Istituto Luce Cinecittà

A photographic and multimedia exhibition, La Dolce Vitti, conceived and created by Istituto Luce Cinecittà.

Which opens to the public in Rome at the Teatro dei Dioscuri at the Quirinale from 8 March to 10 June 2018.

For the care of Nevio De Pascalis, Marco Dionisi and Stefano Stefanutto Rosa, tells the different forms of this presence, in 40 years of show, dozens of films, theater, TV, costume, high and popular culture.

Always an "antidiva" ...

With his voice "grainy and rough" and that disenchanted look he knew how to get to the soul.

Antidiva par excellence, Maria Luisa Ceciarelli, aka Monica Vitti, laughed and cried a lot, inside and outside the set.

Today, at the age of 87, he is always present in the collective imagination, despite being distant from the scene for years because of a degenerative disease, similar to Alzheimer's disease.

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