In 1958 in Rome, in a modest, sunny apartment, Claudia Cardinale, barely 20, poses for a paparazzi. It’s the heyday of la dolce vita, roman-photos, and young actresses falling for their Pygmalions, their directors. Claudia looks radiant, playful and deeply human before she became the star we know.
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