The scene made actress Maria Schneider feel “humiliated.” This has to engage in Bertolucci’s legacy.
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Director Bernardo Bertolucci (left) with actors Maria Schneider (right) and Marlon Brando (center) through the recording of final Tango in Paris. Corbis/Getty Pictures
Bernardo Bertolucci, whom passed away on Monday during the chronilogical age of 77, has gotten acclaim that is widespread their decades of filmmaking, winning Oscars, Golden Globes, together with first-ever Honorary Palme d’Or Award in the Cannes movie Festival last year.
But one section of their profession is the topic of increasing scrutiny in modern times: a rape scene in Bertolucci’s 1972 movie final Tango in Paris. Marlon Brando’s character, Paul, rapes actress Maria Schneider’s character, Jeanne, making use of a stick of butter as lubricant. In a 2007 meeting with all the day-to-day Mail, Schneider stated the scene wasn’t into the initial script, and that Brando and Bertolucci had informed her before they began filming about it just. Read More