Tempi nostri. Nastro d'Argento for Best Actor. Casa Ricordi. Peccato che sia una canaglia. La principessa delle Canarie. La bella mugnaia. La fortuna di essere donna. Nominated— Nastro d'Argento for Best Actor. The Bigamist. Padri e figli. La ragazza della salina. Le notti bianche.
Il medico e lo stregone. I soliti ignoti. Il nemico di mia moglie. Everyone's in Love. Ferdinando I, re di Napoli. Adua and Friends. Divorzio all'italiana. Ieri, oggi, domani. Matrimonio all'italiana. Oggi, domani e dopodomani. Io, io, io The Poppy Is Also a Flower. Shoot Loud, Louder I Don't Understand. Lo straniero. Questi fantasmi. Diamonds for Breakfast. Giochi particolari. Rocco Papaleo. Mordi e fuggi. Per le antiche scale.
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La donna della domenica. Globo d'Oro Award for Best Actor. Goodnight, Ladies and Gentlemen. Doppio delitto. L'ingorgo — Una storia impossibile. La Nuit de Varennes. Oltre la porta. The Last Horror Film. Gabriela, Cravo e Canela. Il generale dell'armata morta.
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Grob, Norbert, "Mastroianni Since the s, Marcello Mastroianni has been Italy's favorite leading man, as well as one of his country's finest actors. This renown is symbolized by his earning the astonishing total of three Academy Award nominations for Divorce, Italian Style , A Special Day , and Dark Eyes , quite an accomplishment for an actor working in non-English-language films. After World War II, Mastroianni joined Luchino Visconti's repertory company, which was bringing to Italy a new kind of theater and novel ideas of staging.
At this time, he also was appearing on-screen, with his roles gradually increasing in importance. Mastroianni permanently sealed his stardom in Italy in , playing a timid clerk whose love is not reciprocated, in Visconti's White Nights. Three years later, he graduated to international superstardom with his role as the jaded, world-weary journalist in Fellini's La dolce vita , a film that changed the look and direction of Italian cinema.
Since then, he has remained a major box-office draw around the world. From the s on, Mastroianni regularly worked with the top Italian and French filmmakers including Antonioni, Malle, and De Sica, in addition to Fellini and Visconti , in some of the highest profile foreign-language releases beginning with Il bell'Antonio in and The Night in While he was to become known for playing Latin lover roles, his characters often were far more complexly drawn.
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They were not one-dimensional pretty boys; rather, beneath their handsome exteriors they were lazy, world-weary, and doubt-ridden. But Mastroianni also was adept at spoofing the image of the Casanova, as he did so memorably in Divorce, Italian Style. With waxed moustache and glossy, matted-down hair, he plays a married man who schemes to rid himself of his witless and unattractive wife so that he may marry his sexy young cousin.
He further played against his image in A Special Day , cast as a lonely homosexual. Earlier on, he had displayed a light touch for comedy in Big Deal on Madonna Street , playing the exasperated member of an inept group of burglars. His seemingly detached air was perfectly suited to satire as well, as he demonstrated in films as diverse as The Tenth Victim , Allonsanfan , and City of Women.
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Yet he remained perfectly capable of playing highly dramatic roles, as he did so well in The Organizer , cast as a highborn but now indigent professor who becomes involved in union organizing activities in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Italy. But he is perhaps best remembered for his pairings with Sophia Loren, with whom he was cast in the deliciously funny three-part sex farce Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow and the equally amusing sex comedy Marriage Italian Style.
In both these films, Mastroianni's masculinity blends perfectly with Loren's exuberant earthy personality. After these successes, the two appeared together in the less-successful drama Sunflower , playing a couple separated by war, and A Special Day , in which Mastroianni's homosexual and Loren's oppressed wife come together on the day in when Hitler was cheered on the streets of Rome during his visit to Mussolini.
In the latter stages of his career, Mastroianni continued to take serious dramatic roles. For instance, in The Suspended Step of the Stork , he is quietly poignant as an obscure man who may have once been an important Greek politician who had disappeared years earlier.
The actor was especially effective in roles as aging romantics. In Used People , one of his few English-language films, he plays a man who begins courting the woman he has admired from afar for two decades. Sometimes he is romantically entangled with women young enough to be his daughter or even granddaughter. In I Don't Want to Talk about It , he is a suave bachelor who becomes involved with two women, a young dwarf and her physically attractive but obnoxiously manipulative mother.