Κυριακή, 14 Σεπτεμβρίου 2014

Ti amo un soldo ti amo in aria ti amo





Η ζωή έχει τέσσερις αισθήσεις

αγάπη

πόνο

αγώνα και

νίκη

Όποιος αγαπά υποφέρει,
όποιος υποφέρει αγωνίζεται,
όποιος αγωνίζεται νικά...

Αγάπησε πολύ

υπέφερε λίγο

αγωνίσου πολύ

να νικάς πάντα...

{Oriana Fallaci}

Όχι, εμένα δεν μου αρκεί η φιλία.
Εγώ έχω ανάγκη από τον έρωτα.
Έχω ανάγκη από το να αγαπάω και να με αγαπούν
με τις δεσμεύσεις του έρωτα,
με τις δυσκολίες του έρωτα,
το απόλυτο και τις τυραννίες του έρωτα,
του έρωτα της ψυχής και του σώματος.
Τον χρειάζομαι όσο χρειάζομαι την τροφή και το νερό,
αυτό χρειάζομαι για να επιβιώσω.

Αγάπα με κι άσε με να σ’ αγαπώ, αγαπημένε.
Δεν είμαι απλώς ένα θεσπέσιο άγαλμα από σάρκα και οστά...

Η ανάγκη για αγάπη είναι μια ανάγκη που θέλει δύο μαζί για να ανακουφιστεί.

Στηρίξου πάνω μου, φώναξε εμένα, έλα σε μένα !

{Oriana Fallaci}

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ts9cXlrBMg

Ti amo
un soldo
ti amo
in aria
ti amo

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Παρασκευή, 18 Ιουλίου 2014

Laura Antonelli


A voluptuous Italian screen siren, Laura Antonelli rated somewhere between Sophia Loren and Stefania Sandrelli in the earth mother/sex goddess category. She debuted in the cheesy sequel "Dr. Goldfoot & the Girl Bombs" (1966) and made her American debut as James Garner's girl in Vic Morrow's uneven Western "A Man Called Sledge" (1970). Claude Chabrol cast her as Mia Farrow's sexy sister in "Docteur Popaul" (1972) but it was her turn as a servant who comes between a widowed father and his son in "Malizia" (1973) that established her. She went on to grace numerous Italian sex farces, but also appeared occasionally in more distinguished outings. In Luchino Visconti's swan song, "L'Innocente/The Innocent" (1976), she was torn between Marcello Mastroianni and Giancarlo Giannini. She reteamed with Mastroianni for the erotic drama "Mogliamante/Wifemistress" (1977), as his repressed wife who undergoes a sexual awakening. Antonelli had one of her best screen roles as the married lover of an army officer who in turn is pursued by a neurotic woman in Ettore Scola's study of obsessive love "Passione d'Amore" (1981). She continued in similar roles throughout the 80s, but her career came to a standstill in May 1991 when she was arrested and sentenced to a three-and-one-half year jail term for possession of cocaine.Antonelli's last feature to date was in the sequel "Malizia 2mila" (1991), in which she delivered a lackluster and half-hearted performance.

 

In another words originally trained in Naples to teach physical education, Antonelli first appeared in Italian advertisements for Coca Cola and made her first film, Le sedicenni, in 1965, followed by her American debut, Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs (1966). Other roles followed; her breakthrough came in 1973's Malizia. She appeared in a number of sex farces such as Till Marriage Do Us Part/Mio Dio come sono caduta in basso!.She worked in more serious films as well: L'innocente/The Innocent (1976), and Mogliamante/Wifemistress (1977), as a repressed wife experiencing a sexual awakening. Later she appeared in Passione d'Amore (1981). Antonelli's most recent role was in the sequel Malizia 2000 (1991).She won the David di Donatello prize in 1973 and 1981 and the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Award, Nastro d'Argento in 1974.In May, 1991, cocaine was found during a police raid on Antonelli's home. She was subsequently convicted of possession and dealing and sentenced to house arrest. She spent ten years appealing the conviction which was eventually overturned.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHQU-lHT0-w