Sophia Loren is one of the most long-lasting cinema divas, and one of the world's most famous.
She is a Hollywood Golden Era long-lasting icon, notable over the years for her beauty, talent, and collaborations with world-famous directors and actors.
Her presence on the screen for such a long time contributed to shaping the glory of international cinema.
She worked with the best directors of the times, such as Dino Risi, Sidney Lumet, Charlie Chaplin, Martin Ritt, George Cukor, Henry Hathaway, Mario Monicelli, Ettore Scola, and Vittorio De Sica.
Loren also starred alongside some of the most famous stars, such as Marcello Mastroianni, Alberto Sordi, Marlon Brando, Cary Grant, John Wayne, Clark Gable, Anthony Perkins, and more. (source: Wikipedia)
During her remarkable career that has not yet ended, this fabulous diva won many prizes and acknowledgments, including two Academy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, a Golden Lion, a Grammy Award, a Coppa Volpi at the Venice Film Festival, a Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, a Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice Film Festival, Berlin, one BAFTA award, eleven David di Donatello awards and four Nastri d'Argento awards.
This year, Sophia just turned 87, but she preserved her fresh personality and talent, managing to appear on Netflix, in the David di Donatello-winning role of Madame Rose, living in seaside Italy, a Holocaust survivor with a daycare business, who takes in a 12-year-old street kid who recently robbed her. (source: IMDB)
The Life Ahead is the 85th movie in a very long, and successful career.
What is Sophia Loren's Biggest Fear?
Just like many other superstars, the Pandemic affected Sophia, especially due to her age of 87.
On the occasion of the launch of The Life Ahead, Loren stated that she has many fears for this period, she fears everything.
She stayed as protected as possible, and missed human contact, even when having her family close, and the warm support of all her fans.