Beautiful Czech film actress Jana Brejchova
Born 20 January 1940 in Prague, Jana Brejchova is one of the biggest stars of post-war cinema who played in about 70 films. Married three times. First, to the director Milos Forman (1958-1962), then actor Vlastimil Brodsky (1964-1980) and then, German director Ulrich Thein. Awarded a medal for merit of the II degree (2004) and the Czech Lion prize (2010) by the Czech Film Academy for her many years of contribution to the development of cinematography.
According to Brejchova, she became a movie actress quite accidentally, in 1953, at the age of thirteen. However, not for long, and just for one movie. One day a young man came to the school where she studied, Ladislav Helge (now a well-known Czech film director). He was looking for a girl for the film “Leaded Bread” by Jiri Sequens, and his choice fell on Jana.
In 1954, the released film surprised everyone, and in particular, the role of Pidyalka, a poor girl from the suburbs of old Prague. Jana Brejchova, a lanky teenager with lean, ridiculous pigtails played the role with enviable skill, showing her clearly talent.
Category Archive: Art
Beautiful Czech film actress Jana Brejchova
Free of parental curses Magda Davitt
“I am in danger. I need a doctor, a psychiatrist. Immediately. Right now. Someone, answer me! I feel very, very bad. I’m really sick. I need the right medicine. I’m ready to go to Dublin from my Bray, without changing clothes. I, in fact know, that in my small town there are absolutely no doctors, capable to render the qualified help. Help, I ask you … “- this is what Sinead O’Connor wrote on Twitter on January 10, 2012. A quick response did not follow.
But once her name was on the list of the 50 most beautiful people in the world. Admirers called her face an outstanding work of nature, and her voice – the voice of an angel.
And although Sinead became rich and famous, she gave birth to four children from different men, she did not get true happiness.
Desperate Housewife Mira Sorvino
The whole life of the famous actress, Oscar winner Mira Sorvino, the continuer of the acting dynasty of Paul Sorvino, the favorite of Woody Allen and Guillermo Del Toro, reduced to vegetable mixes, pies and diapers. Previously, the stories of her high-profile romances with the most interesting men of Hollywood appeared in fashion magazines. And now Desperate Housewife Mira Sorvino appears exclusively in the rubric “Home and Family”.
Mira, witty, mocking, independent girl used to break rules and challenge gender stereotypes in modern society, one by one gave birth to four. But she once studied at Harvard and specialized in the problems of “penetration of African cultural influence in China.” She mastered Chinese day and night, and everyone knows what a complicated language it is. But now in her head Mira has a book of useful recipes instead of Chinese words.
Studying at Harvard University, Mira Sorvino dreamed of a serious professorial career. And it was Mira Sorvino who in mid-1988, as one of the most promising female students, was sent for an internship in China. For eight months she collected material for scientific work and was simply fascinated by Beijing and her new friends – Chinese students.
Beautiful Polish actress Lucyna Winnicka
Born July 14, 1928 in Warsaw, Polish actress Lucyna Winnicka was the wife of the director Jerzy Kawalerowicz, and became known mainly through his films.
Lucyna Winnicka graduated from high school in the year of the end of the war. After six years of horrors, deaths and pain in the destroyed Warsaw, life began again. Lucyna entered the university, the Faculty of Law. Why Law? Like many graduates, she herself did not know why. Somewhere you had to do something, but the real calling was determined much later. So, in 1950, Lucyna received a master’s degree in law and … realized that trying to prove herself in the law does not make sense. By this time she was already a student of the Higher School of Theater.
Three years later, a young actress began to work in Stettin. She successfully performed in plays “Their Four”, “To the South of the 38th Parallel”, “Big Man with Small Interests”. And soon there was a film debut. Jerzy Kawalerowicz was directing a big two-part film “Cellulose” on the novel of the Polish writer Igor Neverly. In the second part, entitled “Under the Phrygian Star”, next to the protagonist appeared the Communist girl Magda, his future wife. Grace, tenderness, sparkling laughter of Winnicka added “forbidden” poetry to the realistically harsh style of the work on the class struggle. Then more than once wrote that the role of Magda – the most interesting post-war actor’s work in Poland. Lucyna Winnicka already in the first film proved to be a mature master.
Beautiful Swedish actress Ulla Jacobsson Rohsmann
In the first frame of the film by Arne Mattsson “She danced one summer” – a modest roadside flower. It is a plastic symbol of the whole film, distinguished by its simplicity that is not banal, but noble and informative. This, perhaps, is a symbol of all that Ulla Jacobsson brought to the Swedish cinema. She became world famous after this film, although there was not the magic look of Marlene Dietrich, or the refined grace of Audrey Hepburn. In general, no dazzling beauty, no bright sexuality – not a movie star.
Born May 23, 1929 in Gothenburg, Len Vestra Goeteland, Sweden, Ulla Jacobsson – one of the most beautiful actresses of the time. First, she worked in the office. Then, graduated from the Gothenburg acting school of the city theater. And since 1952 she worked as the actress of this theater. The first role of Ulla Jacobson became the bride of Nisse in the drama “The Sea in Fire” (1951). Ulla Jacobsson was married three times. Her first husband was Josef Kornfeld, and the second – Frank Lodeizen. And in 1960, the actress married a doctor, Austrian citizen Hans Winfried Rohsmann and moved to Vienna. Since the late 1950s, Ulla Jakobson was no longer acting in Swedish cinema, but she played in the films of the filmmakers of the USA, France, Spain, Germany and England.
Unfortunately, in the 1970s, she became seriously ill (bone cancer). She died in Vienna, Austria, at age 53, buried at the Wiener Zentralfriedhof, Austria.
Italian beauty icon Gina Lollobrigida
Born 4 July 1927, Gina Lollobrigida has celebrated her 90th birthday! At one time, for participation in the film, she received the highest fees in the film, and more than four hundred magazines a year reproduced her portrait on the covers. Among them, the American “Time”, which of the European celebrities gave this honor only to Pope Pius XII. She starred in more than 100 films, and tried herself as a screenwriter and director, journalist, photographer, sculptor and many other things.
Meanwhile, Lollobrigida entitled her biography: “My wonderful adventure.” It is really wonderful, her biography. And not only hers. Many movie stars of the world underwent such a sudden transformation of Cinderella into a princess. Not a talent, not a calling, but a chance, a happy coincidence of circumstances decided their fate.
Lollobrigida’s luck was accompanied by talent. A lucky fate fell to Lollobrigida. But it is unlikely that the actress has forgotten the years of misery and grief that preceded it.
During the war, Gina learned how to weave straw sandals and remade soldier’s shirts in blouses. In 1945, the family moved to Rome, on one of the crooked streets of the outskirts, crossed with clotheslines, which we are so familiar with the films of Rossellini and DeSantis.
Beautiful Argentine actress Lolita Torres
More than one generation of Soviet spectators sang songs from the movie “The Age of Love”.
Lolita Torres in those days was, was literally the national heroine of the Soviet Union. Such films as “Love at first sight”, “The Bridegroom for Laura” and “The Age of Love” people watched and reviewed several times. She herself was amazed at her popularity, but the journalists explained to her such a success. In particular, the country, which suffered so much hardship and suffering, in the post-war period, really needed holiday spectacles. A cheerful, beautiful, with an amazing figure and dimples on her cheeks, Lolita Torres, like no other, pleased Soviet spectators. People of the older generation remember the above three films by heart.
Released in 1954 on Soviet screens Argentine film “The Age of Love” gathered 31 million viewers, and songs from it sounded throughout the country. The main role in it played a young singer Lolita Torres, the most famous Latin American star of the sixties.