While the French media and some feminist groups poured scorn on the festival, Bellucci said: "The important thing was that Claudia Cardinale was happy with it".But none of that has been enough to make her a household name in the United States, at least beyond the art-house set. It's time to get familiar with the Italian screen siren by way of her 10 sexiest moments, and what better time than today, her 52nd birthday?Lipstick is the most valuable weapon in a woman's make-up kit. True beauty is the slick of red lipstick my paternal grandmother would put on before going to church on Sunday.It has the power to transform the appearance and mood of the person wearing it, and, at the same time, arouses the admiration of everybody else. Monica Bellucci I am an agnostic, even though I respect and am interested in all religions.It's what's inside that makes us beautiful on the outside. I think it's a natural gesture for women and one they do more for themselves than for others.
At 47, Daniel Craig can do whatever he wants cinematically without anybody labeling him an "older man."Speaking with giving ol' Jimmy B. Vincent Cassel (French, bad guy in Ocean’s 13) is her hubby, she has two kids and she’s known from L’Appartement, The Matrix Reloaded, Passion of the Christ and many other blockbusters. As a model, Monica Bellucci graced the covers of magazines such as Elle and Esquire before achieving success as an actress whose notable appearances include roles in Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Matrix Reloaded, The Passion of the Christ, and The Matrix Revolutions. Helmut Newton, Bettina Rheims, Richard Avedon, Bruce Weber, Albert Watson – you name ‘em, they captured her. We think there’s something to her we don’t particularly like. And publisher Rizzolli did a fine job with the red shiny linen and the red edges."Being seen as a mature woman doesn't bother me. Maybe in 10 years I will be monstrous and I might change my mind because I have too many wrinkles."But for now, I'm fine about it." The former model, whose new book of interviews "Rencontres clandestines" (Secret Meetings) is published on Wednesday in France, also said people should not look down on women who have had cosmetic surgery.' Do what's good for you' "When I see mature women who haven't been redone I don't say, ' She should get her face lifted.' I think to myself, ' She is very lovely like that.' "However, when you see someone who has had work and who is beautiful with it, I say to myself, ' She did the right thing'," she added. " Bellucci said she felt "a big change was under way" with retouching and the way we see older women, which cheered her.