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Bertolucci got sick at the age of 77 years.
November 26, 2018 o 10:01 (updated November 26, 2018 at 10:06) TASR
ROME. At the age of 77, the world-famous Italian director and scriptwriter Bernardo Bertolucci died in Rome after a long illness.
AFP news agency AFP reported on Monday with RAI News 24.
Film director The Last Tango in Paris, Conformist, Last Emperor, Aquatic Beauty, Twentieth Century, Little Buddha or Dreamwriters has won several awards, including Oscar and Golden Lion of Venice for lifelong work.
His "Eastern Big Movies" – the saga of the last Chinese emperor 1987, awarded by the nine Oscars, or an epic of the streets of two different worlds – Tibetan Buddhism and the modern American culture of the Little Buddha in 1993.
Bertolucci also caused one of the biggest scandals in cinema history, in 1972 with his erotic film The Last Tango in Paris.