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What are your favorite movies?
A Foreign Affair
The More The Merrier
The talk of the town
Bringing Up Baby
Little Women
Gilda
The Lady from Shanghai
It happened one night
The blue angel
Sunset Boulevard
Who are your favorite stars?
Jean Arthur
Marlene Dietrich
Rita Hayworth
Gary Cooper
Clark Gable
Katharine Hepburn
Luisa Ferida
Osvaldo Valenti
Monica Bellucci
Who are your favorite directors?
Billy Wilder
George Stevens
Giuseppe Tornatore
Howard Hawks
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Italian, studying literature. I'm fond of classic movies since I was 12 and I saw "Shanghai Surprise" starring Madonna and Sean Penn, set in the 30s. My biggest idol is Jean Arthur, whose movies i use to collect.
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