These actresses don’t know the definition of the word old.
I think I am getting a little bit of a girl crush on Laura Morante. She absolutely nailed it years ago in Nanni Moretti’s The Son’s Room (La Stanza Del Figlio), but her acting in the recent Assolo and Se Dio Vuole is better than ever.
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
I feel a little bad “outing” 51-year-old Valeria Bruni Tedeschi – she should totally lie about her age. She’s been at Cannes premiering her latest, Paolo Virzì’s La Pazza Gioia (Like Crazy), but check her out now in Virzì’s Il Capitale Umano (Human Capital).
There’s something truly wrong about how great Valeria Golino looks at 50. She’s beyond inspirational for us over 50 women; we just have to be happy for her and move on. There’s gossip about trouble in paradise for her and her 36-year-old boyfriend Riccardo Scamarcio, but dollars to donuts it’s because she’s cheating on him, and not the other way around. See her in Il Capitale Umano (Human Capital).
Sabrian Ferilli is a 51-year-old bombshell that starred in Paolo Sorrentino’s La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty).
Margherita Buy has won more Italian Academy Awards (Davids) than Sophia Loren and at 54 she’s still one of Italy’s most sought after actresses. See her in Viaggio Sola (A Five Star Life).
I was shocked when I realize that Anna Ferruzzo was 50; Anna, you start lying about your age too! See her in one of my favorite movies of the last few years, Anime Nere (Black Souls).
The oldest Bond Girl ever will be 52 this year, and sorry, but it’s really hard not to hate her. I’m sure she’s a lovely person, but COME ON! You couldn’t TRY to be be just a little less glamorous?
Francesca Neri is 52 and still the sexy chick in Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo movies.
Isabella Ferrari is 52 and still willing (and able) to get naked in a movie. See it for yourself in La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty).
Old school funny at 52!
BONUS! Sophia Loren! No explanation necessary at 81 years old!