Marina Malfatti in All the Colors of the Dark (1972)
April 25, 1940 |
Marina Malfatti (born 25 April 1940) is an Italian actress.
Born in Florence, at 17 Malfatti moved in Paris where attended the Cours d'Art Dramatique, the drama school founded by René Simon. Two years later, after returning to Italy, she obtained a scholarship for the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia and started appearing on films and on stage with some small parts.
In theater was launched by Arnoldo Foà who chose her as his co-star in the play Two for the Seesaw by William Gibson. Hence Malfatti began a career filled with both brilliant and dramatic roles.
During the seventies she was an icon of Italian horror films, especially of demonic background.
- A Man for Burning (1962)
- Outlaws of Love (1963)
- The Reckless (1965)
- Me, Me, Me... and the Others (1966)
- More Than a Miracle (1967)
- Sette orchidee macchiate di rosso (1971)
- Black Killer (1971)
- The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave (1971)
- The Return of Clint the Stranger (1972)
- All the Colors of the Dark (1972)
- The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (1972)
- The Balloon Vendor (1974)
- A Black Ribbon for Deborah (1974)
- Lezioni di violoncello con toccata e fuga (1976)
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