At Alberto Sordi's house
Rome celebrates the centenary of the birth of a true Italian icon, with an exhibition in a location not to be missed: the villa of the great interpreter
It is called Alberto Sordi 1920/2020 the great exhibition dedicated to the centenary of the birth of the mythical Roman actor. Until January 31 an unmissable appointment that offers the opportunity to breathe the atmosphere of the historic villa of the actor at the Baths of Caracalla. for the first time open to the public.
It is an exhibition that has no precedent and that winds through the various rooms of the actor's house and the garden.
An exhibition made of objects, clothes, photographs, unpublished documents, videos and many curiosities that allow visitors, the Romans, all those who loved the great Alberto Sordi, to immerse themselves in that private sphere that the actor showed very little.
The house-museum will offer the opportunity to immerse themselves in everyday life, among the passions and secrets of a giant of entertainment ultra-famous for his films but little known in the private dimension.
The exhibition is intended as an immersive and totalizing experience, with the aim of offering a complete portrait, in all its aspects and possible facets, of the Roman actor.
In the tensile structure outside the Villa, in a space open to the public free of charge, a film dedicated to the Deaf will be shown, curated by Istituto Luce Cinecittà.