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“Maria: the hell experienced by the actress of “Last Tango” in Paris” told in the cinema”

Maria: the hell experienced by the actress of “Last Tango in Paris” told in the cinema

Réalisé par : Jessica Palud Avec : Anamaria Vartolomei, Matt Dillon , Yvan Attal , Céleste Brunnquell Genre : Biopic Sortie le 19/06/2024 Durée 01h40 0 /5 Donnez votre avis Synopsis Voir la bande-annonce Trouver une séance Vos avis

Maria: the hell experienced by the actress of “Last Tango in Paris” told in the cinema

Maria Schneider is the subject of a biopic titled "Maria" this Wednesday, which looks back on his meteoric rise and descent into hell after the horrible filming of "Last Tango in Paris".

This is the story of a French actress promised to be married. a great career, which a film shoot will ruin. The story of Maria Schneider is sadly famous, but she has never yet been # 39;had been highlighted through the seventh art. The error was caught this Wednesday, June 19 with Maria, biopic presented at the Cannes Film Festival by Jessica Palud who tells the story of the actress's rise and descent into hell. played by Anamaria Vartolomei (L'éeventénement and soonôamp;nbsp; The Count of Monte Cristo). The film is inspired by the bookTu t'called Maria Schneider, written by her cousin Vanessa Schneider in 2018.

Maria Schneider was only 19 years old when director Bernardo Bertolucci asked her to play Jeanne, the main female character in his next film,  ;nbsp;The Last Tango à Paris. She gives the reply to Marlon Brando, 48 years old. The filming is particularly demanding, mainly the infamous 'butter scene'. In this scene, Marlon Brando's character forcibly holds Maria Schneider's character to the ground, before using butter as lubricant before sodomy raping her.

If no sexual acts actually took place on set and Brando faked it, "the act", the capture of this scene is extremely violent: it wasé filmed without the consent of the actress, who was not involved in the investigation. not anticipated by either the main actor or the director, before playing this moment which was not written in the scenario. "Even though what Marlon [Brando] was doing wasn't real, I was crying real tears. I felt humiliated, and a little violated to be honest, both by Marlon and by Bertolucci,” saidé Maria Schneider in 2007 at the Daily Mail. In 2013, Bernardo Bertolucci confirmed that he had not warned the actress before filming so that her anger would be more authentic to the audience. the screen.

Maria Schneider never forgave

The Last Tango à Paris causes scandal à It was released in 1972 due to its many sexual scenes. France bans it for under-18s, and the film is banned from distribution in Italy.  Continued &agrav; the release of Dernier Tango à Paris, Maria Schneider continues to play more occasionally (Profession: reporter, The escape, Merry-Go-Round…), but suffers from excessive drug use, ;overdose and depression. She says she "wasted seven years of [her] life between cocaine, heroin ï self-esteem and repulsion roles directly inspired by that of Jeanne. She died on February 3, 2011 at at the age of 58 from cancer. The film Maria, which looks back on the story and life of the actress, was released in cinemas ;eacute;ma on June 19, 2024 in France.

Synopsis– Maria is no longer a child and not yet an adult when she sets the film of a cult classic: Last Tango in Paris on fire. She quickly rises to fame and becomes an iconic actress without being prepared or having fame nor scandal…



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