On the occasion of the centenary of the birth of Alberto Sordi, his Roman villa will be open to the public until the 31st of January. A unique opportunity to learn about the life of the great Italian artist who died in 2003.
To celebrate one of the most important actors in the history of Italian cinema, Alberto Sordi’s Roman villa will be open to the public until the 31st of January. A great event that Rome wants to dedicate to him for the 100th anniversary of his birth. An important opportunity to know the life of this great artist, able to tell the wishes, hopes and bitterness of Italy in the 20th century.
The exhibition is like an immersive experience, a journey to discover Sordi as an artist and as a man, a proof of its irreplaceable legacy.
Always attentive to the evolution of the society he was inspired by, he managed to outline the portrait of “Bel Paese” between the 1940s and the 1960s. His films and characters are the mirror of the customs and habits of an era, told with irony and ingenuity with its hopes, disappointments, but also ferocity, flights and falls.
An exhibition made up of objects, clothes, photographs, unpublished documents, videos and many curiosities. In this way, visitors can immerse themselves in that private sphere that the actor showed very little.
When: from the 16th of September 2020 to the 31st of January 2021
Where: Museo Fondazione Alberto Sordi – Via Druso 45, Rome
Price: full € 12, reduced € 8
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