Stampa digitale su carta baritata Fine Arte
Marcello Mastroianni in a bakery. Rome, 19 March 1962 From sentimental comedy to drama, from satire of manners to historical films: his eclecticism allowed him to tackle different genres and different forms of entertainment, dividing his time between cinema and theatre. Marcello Mastroianni was a great performer loved in Italy and around the world, so much so that already in 1962 Time magazine defined him as "the most popular foreign star in the United States". However, Marcello Mastroianni did not like to define himself as such: "I am not a star. I do not wish in any way to be considered a talented tightrope walker." Regardless of labels, his immense talent and humility of soul allowed him to travel the world to star in more than 160 films throughout his career. He loved changing roles to always face new challenges, and it all began when he was noticed by Luchino Visconti, the director with whom Mastroianni began his theatrical apprenticeship, thanks to which he developed that profound sense of acting which translated into the characters that made him a great actor. In this shot Marcello Mastroianni is portrayed in a moment of ordinary life while his wife Flora, the actor Toni Ucci and the photographer Antonio Tridici are inside an oven. The actor used to offer hot croissants to his friends and that day he also offered one to Marcello Geppetti.
The photo is sold with certificate of authenticity of Marcello Geppetti Media Company.
The image is a detail created in an exclusive for Supermartek.