Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018

Sophia Loren mobbed by Naples fans on film shoot


Naples, July 8 - Crowds of adoring fans slowed
production of a new Sophia Loren film being shot in her hometown
of Naples Monday.
The film, a short based on Jean Cocteau's 1930 play La Voix
Humaine (The Human Voice), was in production in the San
Ferdinando neighborhood when locals crowded around, shouting
'Sophia' and clapping as they caught a glimpse of the Italian
sex symbol and screen icon.
"You're the heart of Naples," cheered a group of onlookers
in Neapolitan who could not be kept indoors by the pouring rain.
Loren, who is performing in the Naples dialect for the
film, thanked her fans at one point before returning to the
delayed shoot, which is scheduled to last three weeks.
The 78-year-old last appeared on the big screen in Nine, a
2009 musical romance starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Judi Dench,
Nicole Kidman and Penelope Cruz.
In 2010 she played her own mother in an Italian TV
mini-series, La Mia Casa E' Piena di Specchi (My House Is Full
of Mirrors).
The Human Voice, traditionally a one-person performance, is
directed by her 40-year-old son, Edoardo Ponti, and set in
Rome, the nearby town of Ostia and Naples.

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