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A romantic scene between French actress Annie Girardot and his husband Italian actor Renato Salvatori, Renato kissing Girardot's cheek

A romantic scene between French actress Annie Girardot and his husband Italian actor Renato Salvatori, Renato kissing Girardot's cheek
A romantic scene between French actress Annie Girardot and his husband Italian actor Renato Salvatori, Renato kissing Girardot's cheek
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A romantic scene between French actress Annie Girardot and his husband Italian actor Renato Salvatori, Renato kissing Girardot's cheek
A romantic scene between French actress Annie Girardot and his husband Italian actor Renato Salvatori, Renato kissing Girardot's cheek
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A romantic scene between French actress Annie Girardot and his husband Italian actor Renato Salvatori, Renato kissing Girardot's cheek Annie Girardot (25 October 1931 – 28 February 2011) was a three-time César Award winning French actress. She often played strong-willed, independent, hard-working, and often lonely women, imbuing her characters with an earthiness and reality that endeared her to women undergoing similar daily struggles. Over the course of a five-decade career, she starred in nearly 150 films. She is a three-time César Award winner (1977, 1996, 2002), a two-time Molière Award winner (2002), a David di Donatello Award winner (1977), a BAFTA nominee (1962), and a recipient of several international prizes including the Volpi Cup (Best actress) at the 1965 Venice Film Festival for Three Rooms in Manhattan. After graduating from the prestigious Conservatoire de la rue Blanche in 1954 with two First Prizes in Modern and Classical Comedy, she joined the Comédie Française, where she was a resident actor from 1954-57. In 1955, she began her film career, making her film debut in Treize à table, but it was with theatre that she started to attract the attention of critics. Her performance in Jean Cocteau's play La Machine à écrire in 1956 was admired by the author who called her "The finest dramatic temperament of the Postwar period". Renato Salvatori (20 March 1933 – 27 March 1988) was an Italian multi-purpose character actor. His acting career as a teenager playing juvenile romantic roles. After working with series of major directors, including Luchino Visconti, Roberto Rossellini and Vittorio De Sica, in the 1960s, he developed into one of Italy's strongest characters actors in grim and realistic drama. Photo Taken - 08 January 1962

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