Marcello “Come here!”
For all the loves of the mythical films on the Dolce Vita that transformed Marcello Mastroianni in a sex symbol and Rome the Hollywood on the Tiber, a must see tribute expo to this GREAT actor and man that till is taking place in the epical monument complex of Ara Pacis (The Monument dedicated by Emperor Augustus to the Era of Peace he created that coronate the epical turnaround of Rome as the empire of wars to conquer to the empire of prosperity that everyone in the world wanted to be a part of).
As then as now in the modern history especially back in the 60s when everyone wanted to be part of the Roman Dolce Vita and now you can “Come here” and not only re-live the 60s in this multimedia expo of the artist and his life but also live the 2018 holidays in a Roman Dolce Vita atmosphere partying up the holiday season the Roman Dolce Vita 2.0 way … by Roma Luxury Dolce Vita Experiences… send us your request and we will organize your special exclusive Roman Dolce Vita Winning & Dinning & Party Hardy Experiences info@RomaLuxury.com. Fill the form below.
Rome shows the versatility, the irresistible charm and the natural elegance of one of the greatest Italian actors, beloved also abroad – “The most popular foreigner in the United States” according to the Time magazine of 1962.
The exhibition, entitled “Portrait of Marcello Mastroianni”, inaugurated during the Rome Film Festival, is hosted at the Ara Pacis Museum from 26 October 2018 to 6 January 2019.
The class, the beauty, the sweetness, the unique ability to interpret the various ways every time with the naturalness that only the great actors have. In one word Marcello Mastroianni, and Rome, his adopted city, remembers him with an exhibition to be seen.
“A life between parenthesis.”In this way Marcello Mastroianni loved to define his life: the brackets between one set and another, between a stage and the other, along a career made up of countless films, shows, characters. It will be a plunge into the past in those golden years of cinema and in that Rome crowded by big stars strolling through Via Veneto and spending their evenings at Piper. In those years, Cinecittà was the Mecca of Cinema and almost arrived on pilgrimage came all the aspiring stars to have their golden opportunity to work with Fellini, De Sica, Gassman and other immortal names.
More than one hundred films between the 40s and 90s, and many international awards. There were three Academy Award nominations for Best Actor, two Golden Globes, eight David di Donatello Awards for the best men’s interpretation at the Cannes Film Festival, plus two Volpi cups at the Venice Film Festival.