Bertolucci died on Monday in his home in Rome, Italy. The exact reasons for his death did not come from the authorities, but he had been locked in a wheelchair after a failed operation of the intervention plate. His first own film was directed by Bertolucci in 1962.
It was the drama of Death of La Commare secca, as he shot in the script of another great Italian cinema photographer Pier Paolo Pasolini. His most famous films are The Last Emperor (1987), which he won Oscar for Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, or The Last Tango in Paris in 1972.