5 paintings by Bernardo Bertolucci, which is to look at eachPictolic
Artist, philosopher, legend: Bernardo Bertolucci has gone down in a number of cult Directors. Addicted to communism and Freudianism, the Director subtly intertwined social and intimate in his paintings, opening up cinema with a new perspective on the genre of psychological drama. His strong point critics called the ability to explain complex and even taboo subjects like incest or triolisme.
In memory of the cult Director, we invite you to recall his best work.
Controversial Bertolucci film, at different times banned because of "pornography" to be shown in Italy, Portugal, Singapore, New Zealand and South Korea. The Director presented to the audience not just a love story of an elderly man and a young woman with a Frank sexual scenes, but the tragedy about the collapse of hopes: of finding the perfect, eternal harmony of souls, about the sincerity of love.
A five-hour epic Bertolucci, revealing the story of friendship between two men — natives of families of laborers and landlords. From childhood to adulthood, against the backdrop of historical events and changing public sentiment in Italy the first half of the twentieth century. The main characters played by Robert De Niro and Gerard Depardieu.
The film, the screenplay for which Bertolucci wrote himself. A magnificent film, which reflected several years of studying the history of China. 9 Oscars, 4 Golden globes, the césar award and other prestigious awards — has finally elevated the name Bertolucci in the category of "classics". A beautiful story of the life and death of the last Chinese Emperor PU And his carefree childhood spent in the forbidden city, until the great changes brought by the winds of the revolution.
The movie was cool received by critics, but became a cult classic, just like Keanu Reeves in the role of a reincarnation of the Buddha. Touching and delicate picture, shot in beautiful landscapes of Bhutan, where Bertolucci nobody spent filming, reflected the passion Bertolucci Buddhism.
The film "the Dreamers" is filled with cinematic allusions the story of growing up of three young people in a particular Paris apartment, against the backdrop of the "red may" in 1968. The talented Eva green, Louis Garrel and Michael pitt play students, sexual revolution in the same Paris apartment. For Windows — student unrest of 1968-year in the apartment — the atmosphere of love: heroes love each other and movies, which watch all day.