Luca Guadagnino will direct the film about the life of Audrey Hepburn. According to Variety’s rumors, the film produced by Apple will see actress Rooney Mara interpret one of the icons of cinema and style of the ‘900. The Sicilian director after the success of Call me by your name has won the direction of a film that will surely have a lot of attention given the importance of the character who linked his career to the role of miss Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s and remained Sabrina for many generations. The life of Audrey Hepburn
Edda van Heemstra Hepburn-Ruston, the real name of Audrey Hepburn, was born on May 4, 1929 in Belgium from a wealthy family: her father was a banker, her mother a baroness. The elegant line resulting from her thinness was not a gift but was due to food problems: Audrey in fact suffered from anorexia caused by the Nazi barbarism and Hitler’s embargo of 1944 which had brought Holland to its knees. Little Audrey suffered from chilblains on her hands and feet, but she learns to fast and doesn’t give up. From aspiring dancer to movie star
As a child Audrey dreamed of becoming a classical dancer, but it is the cinema that will make her a timeless icon. After Arnhem’s liberation in 1945 she studies dance in Amsterdam, then she moves to London. She but she and she too tall for a professional career, and she devotes herself to the theater, then she is adopted by the cinema. Hollywood is enchanted by that slim figure, so different from the curvy divas, with the soft beauties that made the public dream. Audrey Hepburn wins the Oscar for the role of Princess Anne in Roman Holiday (1953), a film that inspires hapless followers to cut their hair like her, a la garconne di lei. She makes the world dream with Sabrina (1954), War and Peace (1956), The Story of a Nun (1959). The role of the adorable insane Holly from Breakfast at Tiffany’s transforms her into a model of elegance.Luca Guadagnino, what a reading of his life
Luca Guadagnino, after having recently concluded the production of the horror-romantic film Bones and All, with Taylor Russell and Timothee Chalamet, goes back behind the camera to shoot the film about the life of Audrey Hepburn. There is a lot of curiosity about what interpretation the Italian director will give in recounting the life of Audrey Hepburn, a symbol of femininity that still inspires many today, but that behind the role of successful actress hid a difficult life and with not a few difficulties. Rooney Mara ready to play Audrey Hepburn
Rooney Mara is an American actress from New York (April 17, 1985). In 2015 she received the Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival for the film Carol. She starred in Samuel Bayer’s Nightmare (2010) and The Social Network (2010). In 2012 she is in the film Millennium – Men who hate women, based on the detective novel by Swedish writer and journalist Stieg Larsson. The novel is the first in the Millennium series , of which he is the author of the first three novels, all published posthumously after her untimely death.
Rooney Mara will be Audrey Hepburn in a film by director Luca Guadagnino.
In 2013 she starred in the film Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, directed by the independent David Lowery, and in the psychological thriller Side Effects by Steven Soderbergh, Also in 2013 and among the actors of Spike Jonze Her, alongside Joaquin Phoenix. In 2015 she gives an unforgettable interpretation in Todd Haynes film Carol, in which she stars alongside Cate Blanchett. In 2016 and as an actress in Benedict Andrews ‘Una, and Lion, Garth Davis’ adaptation of Saroo Brierley’s novel “A Long Way Home”. We will also see her in Jim Sheridan’s The Secret and Terrence Malick’s Song to Song. In 2018 she was the protagonist of the film of Mary Magdalene.
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