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Monica Bellucci (1968 - )

Related: actress - Irréversible (2002) - Malèna (2000)

Monica Bellucci in Astérix et Obelix: Mission Cleopatre (2002)
image sourced here. [Aug 2005]

Dress designed by Phillip Guillotel and Tanino Liberatore.


Monica Bellucci (born September 30, 1968) is an Italian supermodel and actress, born in Città di Castello, Italy. She is married to fellow actor Vincent Cassel, with whom she has starred in several films and with whom she had a daughter, called Deva. Initially pursuing a career as a lawyer, Monica decided to start modeling in order to help pay for her tuition while at the University of Perugia. But the glamorous life of a model tempted Monica away from her law studies.

In 1988, Monica moved to one of Europe's fashion centers — Milan, where she signed with Elite Model Management. By 1989, Monica was becoming prominent as a model in Paris and across the Atlantic, in New York City. She posed for Dolce & Gabbana and French ELLE, amongst others. In that year, Monica made the transition to acting — a very popular trend that models Laetitia Casta, Jaime King and Estella Warren have also successfully followed — and began taking acting classes.

She speaks Italian, French and English fluently, and has acted in all these languages, as well as Aramaic in The Passion of the Christ. --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monica_Bellucci [Aug 2005]

see also: Tanino Liberatore - French cinema - actress - model - France - Italy

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  • L'Appartement [1996] - Gilles Mimouni [Amazon UK]
    Starring Vincent Cassel, Monica Bellucci, Romane Bohringer, Jean-Phillipe Ecoffey and Sandrine Kiberlain. L'Appartement is a stylish and sexy combination of love story and thriller in which one man is caught up in the passion driven fates of three beautiful women. Max, the romantic protagonist, is planning a marriage, investigating a murder, chasing after a lost love and getting bizarrely entangled with a mystery girl. Switching between time, women, chic cafes and beautiful Parisian apartments, Mimouni's film makes the most of its deliriously romantic setting whilst effortlessly unraveling an intricate and unpredictable plot which playfully ties its lovelorn characters up in knots as it races along to a heady conclusion.

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