Monica Bellucci That Summer

September 4, 2011 by Post Team 

Monica Bellucci That SummerMonica Bellucci That Summer, Monica Bellucci said Friday he was comfortable appearing n*de before the camera of Philippe Garrel brulant ete (A scorching summer), just over a month after giving birth to her second child, daughter Leonie.

The scene shot last year show the sxy 46-year-old Italian lying on a bed, apparently waving a lover. Apparently, at the beginning of the film in French, which competes in the Venice Film Festival.

“When one agrees to work with a director of one based on the person,” Bellucci told a news conference a day after an ete brulant first projected in Venice.

Bellucci described the experience as a form of “abandonment.”

“I felt respected and protected,” said the nu*e scene.

In the film, Bellucci plays the role of Angele, the adulterous wife of a painter, actress, Federico, played by the son of Louis Garrel Garrel.

Addressing the same press conference, father and son defended the slow moving film, which received a mixed response during the press screening, including several derogatory catcalls and whistles.

“Once it was thought that there was the feminine soul, but instead have tried to portray the soul,” said Philippe Garrel.

He said his “master” director Franco-Swiss Jean-Luc Godard, who “has also sometimes received whistles, had inspired him

“Some artists address issues in a non-aggressive,” Garrel said the youngest, before suggesting that the films and directed by his father, who tend to applaud those in the audience that “they are better dressed and more cultivated.

Bellucci said she was impressed by Philippe Garrel on the set, with scenes often takes one shot.

I also saw the “obvious love between father and son,” he added.

A brulant ete is one of 23 films competing for the top Golden Lion prize at the festival. The Venice Film Festival runs until September 10.

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