[Daniela Camargo (right) and Ruggero Deodato at the Casa del Cinema]
By Lucillaa Quaglia
September 14, 2019
An Italian look in the frame of the International Brazilian Film Festival. On stage, at the Casa del Cinema, the documentary "George Hilton-The world is bold", by Daniel Camargo, in memory of the great interpreter of western titles. In the front row the blonde daughter of the recently deceased actor, Georgia, in total black, with her mother Maria Teresa Tarantini. Many reach the appointment with the Italian-Brazilian co-production on one of the great protagonists of the Belpaese's popular filmography, at a time when cowboys and mysterious assassins dueled on the big screen for filmmakers of the caliber of Fellini, Pasolini, Antonioni and Visconti. Here is part of the cast including Michele Massimo Tarantini, Sergio Martino, in light green jacket, and Roberto Leoni. The director Ruggero Deodato arrives. The lights go out to turn the spotlight on the actor: the film illustrates a unique moment of Italian culture that has influenced the world of celluloid. The documentary shows and gives voice to the personalities who lived around the protagonist: Edwige Fenech, Lea Massari, Carroll Baker, Sandra Milo, Salvo Randone, Franco Nero, Terence Hill but also Bud Spencer, Tomas Milian and Enrico Maria Salerno.