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When American lawyer Michael Hamilton (Clark Gable) hears that his estranged younger brother and sister-in-law have died in a car accident, he flies to Naples, Italy, to settle their estate.
“It is an unarguable fact,” says The Independent, “Bellucci is aesthetically pleasing.”
That is a statement that’s difficult to overstate. Straddling the world of European cinema — like her aesthetic predecessors Sophia Loren and Claudia Cardinale — Monica Bellucci is a paragon of the timeless, elegant beauty written about, painted about, and ogled over for centuries. 256 more words
A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
Chaplin’s final movie wasn’t the well-received swan song he may have hoped for, and it does try to tell a modern story in an old-fashioned way that doesn’t work for the most part, but this poster captures some of the light-hearted fun he was aiming for. 311 more words