House of Gucci (Image credit: Imdb)
How could a poor Italian carrying suitcases become the creator of one of the world's most luxurious brands? Let's introduce you to Guccio Giovanbattista Giacinto Dario Maria Gucci.
The house of Gucci in the 1970s was all about high fashion, until the murder of the unfortunate Gianni Versace, the crime of the century of the fashion industry.
It was about intrigue and murder. On November 24, the highly anticipated "House of Gucci" movie will hit theaters.
The film stars Adam Driver and Lady Gaga (playing Mauricio and Patrizia Gucci). The story details the rise of Gucci, the real-life murder at the hands of a hitman hired by the ex-wife of Maurizio Gucci's fashion heir, Patrizia. While Gucci fans and fashionistas eagerly await this movie made by Ridley Scott, Gucci family members have made it clear that they are not very happy with the movie.
Patrizia Gucci, Maurizio's cousin, told the Associated Press about the film's director, Ridley Scott, and his collaborators.
"They're stealing a family's identity to make a profit and increase the revenue of the hollywood system," she said.
But he suggested that nothing is as embarrassing as the real events that inspired the movie, a story more brutal than even Hollywood could have imagined.
The grandfather portrayed in the movie, based on Sara Forden's 2000 book "The House of Gucci", was described as being "overfat, short, with sideburns, really ugly", which is downright embarrassing.
He plays Aldo, the grandfather of Guccio, the founder of the fashion house, in Al Pacino, one of the most important actors of our time.
On March 27, 1995, Maurizio Gucci was thrilled to marry his beautiful girlfriend of four years, Paola Franchi, with whom he shared a luxury apartment on Milan's exclusive Corso Venezia.
The heir of fashion was going to his office in a specially designed suit and camel coat, just like on other days. While passing through the door, he bowed his head to the officer who was there, and then suddenly the first bullet was fired from the gun. The first bullet from the gun had hit Maurizio in the back.
Another silent bullet hit him below the waist, and a third bullet lodged in his arm. Fell down. The real final blow was delivered by an unseen hitman with a fatal shot to the skull.
The doorman was sitting on the step stunned by the bullet hitting his arm. By the time the police arrived on the scene, the killer had already left the scene.
Maurizio Manca, owner of Bozart Jewellery, which is well known in Milan, said in an interview with The Post newspaper, “I saw such a murder in the very center of Milan.
I don't remember before," he said. "This murder felt like seeing the Tiffany president murdered outside his Fifth Avenue store."
In order not to give spoilers about the movie, we end our article here. We look forward to your valuable comments after watching the movie.
Source: University of Fashion