Anna Magnani, 1953, photo by Richard Avedon. #promobellezza #italianstyle

Anna Magnani, 1953, photo by Richard Avedon. #promobellezza #italianstyle

anna magnani and roberto rossellini

anna magnani and roberto rossellini

anna magnani

anna magnani

Pier Paolo Pasolini's "Mamma Roma"

Pier Paolo Pasolini's "Mamma Roma"

Anna Magnani e Pier Paolo Pasolini mostra del cinema di venezia

Anna Magnani e Pier Paolo Pasolini mostra del cinema di venezia

Anna Magnani

Anna Magnani

Anna Magnani, 1955.....She ate and drank very little and could subsist for long periods on nothing more than black coffee and cigarettes. However, these habits often affected her sleep: "My nights are appalling," she said. "I wake up in a state of nerves and it takes me hours to get back in touch with reality

Anna Magnani, 1955.....She ate and drank very little and could subsist for long periods on nothing more than black coffee and cigarettes. However, these habits often affected her sleep: "My nights are appalling," she said. "I wake up in a state of nerves and it takes me hours to get back in touch with reality

Anna Magnani at the 1957 Academy Awards.

Anna Magnani at the 1957 Academy Awards.

Anna Magnani, 1951  © Corbis. Anna Magnani (7 Ma 1908–26 Sept 1973), Italian stage and film actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress (1955), along with four other international awards, for her portrayal of a Sicilian widow in The Rose Tattoo. She first achieved international fame in Roberto Rossellini's Open City (1945). Other films include Mamma Roma, and The Fugitive Kind. As an actress she became recognized for her dynamic and forceful portrayals of "earthy lower-class women."

Anna Magnani, 1951 © Corbis. Anna Magnani (7 Ma 1908–26 Sept 1973), Italian stage and film actress. She won the Academy Award for Best Actress (1955), along with four other international awards, for her portrayal of a Sicilian widow in The Rose Tattoo. She first achieved international fame in Roberto Rossellini's Open City (1945). Other films include Mamma Roma, and The Fugitive Kind. As an actress she became recognized for her dynamic and forceful portrayals of "earthy lower-class women."

julia-loves-bette-davis: “ Anna Magnani │ Bellissima, 1952 ”

julia-loves-bette-davis: “ Anna Magnani │ Bellissima, 1952 ”

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