Lucia Bosè
Italian actor
Lucia Bosè
Lucia Bosè, born Lucia Borloni, is an Italian actress, who was at the height of her fame during the period of Italian Neorealism, the 1940s and 1950s. She is the mother of famous Spanish singer Miguel Bosé.
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Romania backs out of deal to sell copper mine
Yahoo News - almost 5 years
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania has backed out of a deal to sell its biggest copper mine to Canada's Roman Copper Corp, its economy minister said on Saturday, further delaying the country's long-awaited privatization program. Roman Copper won a tender to buy the Cupru Min Abrud mine for 200.8 million euros last month, outbidding Australia's OZ Minerals Ltd , Dutch Dundee Holding, and Bulgaria's Ellatzite Med Ad. But Economy Minister Lucian Bode said the two sides could not conclude talks on the terms of the deal. ...
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Rigor absoluto para las candidatas a Miss Italia - CM&
Google News - over 5 years
Indicó Mirigliani que quieren mujeres como Lucia Bose o Sofia Loren. Con estas reglas quieren que las candidatas se conviertan en un modelo de gracia y pudor para el resto de niñas del país. Esas condiciones harán parte del reglamento que regirá para
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James Reviews Michelangelo Antonioni's Le Signora Senza Camelie [Masters of ... - CriterionCast.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Le Signora Senza Camelie (aka The Lady Without Camelias) is about Clara Manni (Lucia Bose), a young woman form Milan who has come to Rome to become a movie star. Already appearing in a smaller film,
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Regione autonoma Valle d'Aosta - ANSA Valle d'Aosta - ANSA Valle d'Aosta
Google News - over 5 years
Davanti al suo obbiettivo hanno posato capi di stato e politici (Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, Francesco Cossiga e prima ancora re Giorgio d'Inghilterra), le modelle piu' famose (da Verushka a Linda Evangelista), attrici (Lucia Bose', Charlotte Rampling,
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Viva l'Europa, Viva il Premio Galileo - Toscana TV
Google News - almost 6 years
La serata di gala, alla quale hanno partecipato anche il maestro Zubin Metha, Marco Pannella, le attrici Lucia Bose' e Debora Caprioglio, Carla Fracci, la sovrintendente del maggio Musicale Fiorentino Francesca Colombo e le personalita' di spicco della
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Boys Don't Cry: Fashion Falls For a Tough Looker
NYTimes - almost 16 years
Naturally, she is beautiful. Beauty is part of the job description. But hers is not the complex loveliness of her grandmother, the Italian film star Lucia Bose. Rather, it is closer to the austere, masculine elegance of another famous relative, her grandfather, the legendary Spanish bullfighter Dominguin. Ernest Hemingway once wrote of Dominguin
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Dominguin, 69, Bullfighter In Hemingway Chronicle, Dies
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Dominguin, a leading bullfighter in the 1940's and 50's who was a close friend of Picasso, a lover of Ava Gardner and a dueling matador featured by Ernest Hemingway in "The Dangerous Summer," died today at his home in Soto Grande, in San Roque, in Cadiz province. He was 69. The cause was heart failure, the state-run National Radio reported. Born
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Critic's Notebook; Italy's Master Of Despair
NYTimes - over 24 years
WHEN Michelangelo Antonioni's cinematic masterpiece "L'Avventura" opened in New York City in the spring of 1961, art-film audiences identified passionately with a mood that had never been expressed on the screen with such poetic intensity. Call it existential angst, erotic despair, whatever. The film contemplated the modern world with a heart that
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A MULTILAYERED FETE FOR MARGUERITE DURAS
NYTimes - almost 31 years
THE novels and films of Marguerite Duras have been variously described as forceful, interesting, precise, quasi-musical; symbols of listless, patternless existence that convey boredom so effectively we quickly succumb to it; similar in effect to a 40-hour, nonstop airplane flight. Starting this week, New Yorkers will have their best opportunity so
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ANTONIONI'S 'LADY'
NYTimes - almost 36 years
''THE Lady Without Camelias'' (''La Signora Senza Camelie''), Michelangelo Antonioni's third feature, made in 1953, is far more than a footnote to career. It is a preface to (some might say, a warning of) the work that later was to include ''L'Avventura,'' ''La Notte,'' ''Eclipse,'' ''Red Desert,'' ''Blow-Up'' and ''Zabriskie Point'' - movies that
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lucia Bosè
    TWENTIES
  • 1960
    Age 29
    In 1960 she eventually played an uncredited role in Jean Cocteau's Le testament d'Orphée, ou ne me demandez pas pourquoi! and then returned to the screen in the late 1960s, appearing in Fellini's Satyricon (1969) and starring in the Taviani Brothers' Sotto il segno dello scorpione (Under the Sign of Scorpio) (1969), Liliana Cavani's L'ospite (1972), Giulio Questi's Arcana (1972), Marguerite Duras' Nathalie Granger (1972), Beni Montresor's La messe dorée (1975) and Daniel Schmid's Violanta (1977).
    More Details Hide Details She has been active in Italian and Spanish films ever since, appearing in Francesco Rosi's Cronaca di una morte annunciata (1987), Agustí Villaronga's El niño de la luna (1989), Ferzan Özpetek's Harem suaré (1999) and Roberto Faenza's I vicerè (2007).
  • 1956
    Age 25
    Her career had flourished until 1956, when she married Spanish bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín, and gave up acting in order to raise their children, Miguel and Paola.
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  • 1955
    Age 24
    She also appeared in the 1955 film Gli Sbandati and played the main female role in Luis Buñuel's Cela s'appelle l'aurore, 1956.
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  • 1953
    Age 22
    In 1953, Michelangelo Antonioni asked her to play Clara Manni in La signora senza camelie and Juan Antonio Bardem cast her in the lead of Muerte de un ciclista (1955).
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1950
    Age 19
    Later she acted in Dino Risi’s short The Five days of Milan, then, in 1950 she made her big screen debut in Giuseppe De Santis’ Non c'è pace tra gli ulivi (No Peace under the Olive Tree).
    More Details Hide Details The same year, she gave a performance as Paola Molon in Antonioni's Cronaca di un amore.
  • 1947
    Age 16
    After a number of years working in a bakery in her native city, in 1947 she won the Miss Italia beauty contest.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1931
    Age 0
    Born in 1931.
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