In 1962, Cardinale was interviewed by the writer , who focused exclusively on her sexuality and body image in film, treating her as an object. As of July 2015 , it has a rating of just 6% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 34 reviews. She starred alongside in 's The Leopard 1963 Il Gattopardo , portraying a village girl who married a progressive young aristocrat Alain Delon , and played a film actress cast by a director Marcello Mastroianni in 's 8½. On 11 October 2018 she received the Tabernas de Cine award in the Almería Western Film Festival. In 1987, Cardinale starred opposite , , and in 's film Un homme amoureux , Kurys's first English-language feature. It was entered into the.
I mean, I've been going to Hollywood many, many times, but I didn't want to sign a contract. The marriage was never made official in Italy. Her maternal grandparents had a small shipbuilding firm in Trapani, but later settled in La Goulette, where a large Italian community existed. Cardinale's 1961 appearances also included 's French comedy , and in which she had a cameo role. Later in 1961, Cardinale starred as a brothel owner opposite in Bolognini's. And in front of a camera, no less! Vitti's biographer noted how Cardinale and Vitti stood out as the female duo in a predominantly masculine cast.
Retrieved 7 July 2015 — via. Le stelle della mia vita in Italian. Like Loren, Claudia was coveted for her beautiful face, sultry voice, and charismatic curvature. Outspoken on causes over the years, Cardinale has been a goodwill ambassador for the Defense of Women's Rights since March 2000. She did not learn to speak Italian until she had already begun to be cast for Italian films. This was followed by a role as a telephone operator in , and as a nurse opposite and in 's , based on the story of the mission to rescue and the other survivors of the crash of the.
That year, she starred in 's war picture for opposite , Alain Delon, and. She appeared in the most popular European films of the 1960s and 1970s, mainly Italian or French, but also in several famous English films. After being spotted by several film producers at the event, she was invited to study at the in Rome under. According to Cardinale, the couple had a marriage party but did not marry, and they became increasingly detached. Cardinale published an autobiography with Anne Mori, Io Claudia, Tu Claudia, in 1995. For her performance in the film, she received her first in 1965.
Jaded with the Hollywood film industry and not wanting to become a cliché, Cardinale returned to Italian and French cinema, and garnered the award for her roles in 1968 and as a prostitute alongside in 1971. In 1982, she starred in 's as the love interest of , who raises the funds to buy a steamship in. In 2010, Cardinale received the Golden Orange Best Actress Award at the for her performance as an elderly Italian woman who takes in a young Turkish exchange student in Signora Enrica. By 1966, Cardinale was being cited as the most popular film star in Italy, even more than Mastroianni and Loren. On this discovery, he wanted her to have an abortion, but she decided to keep the child. While the two were staying in , he surprised her by taking her to their wedding ceremony which he had arranged without her knowledge.
In 1998, Cardinale portrayed the mother of in the French picture , a wealthy baroness who leaves her hotel to her daughter to care for during her absence. Cardinale next portrayed Pauline Bonaparte in 's French film , and after appearing opposite Gassman and Salvatori in the sequel to Big Deal on Madonna Street, , she portrayed Ginetta, the fiancée of , alongside Salvatori and in 's critically acclaimed. Not until 8½ was she allowed to use her own voice. He taught me everything, without ever making demands on me. She portrayed Carmelita, a Sicilian girl virtually imprisoned in her home by her overpowering brother.
Cardinale was educated at the Saint-Joseph-de-l'Apparition school of , which she attended along with her younger sister Blanche. Volume quarto: Dal miracolo economico agli anni novanta 1960—1993 in Italian. Ladies and Gentlemen received mixed reviews; A. In her early roles, she was usually , as producers considered her voice too hoarse.
The following year, Cardinale played the peasant mother of two children who are members of 's 's army during the era, in Cristaldi's historical film. In 1984, she played the love interest of Marcello Mastroianni in a production of , based on the play of the. Although she never dared to go tuta bare, this rare Romanesque bird's sun-tanned shoulders and quick flashes of boulders can be seen while sudsing in a tub in Once Upon a Time in the West 1969 and Queen of Diamonds 1970. In 1968, Cardinale featured opposite in , in a -winning performance.