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The Italian actress, who began her career as a model at the age of 13, has been a constant presence in the worldwide film industry. Bellucci is comfortable playing a wide range of characters, from indie dramas to big-budget blockbusters. Theatrical exhibition, home video, television broadcast rights, and merchandising are only some of the ways that films generate revenue from their 1.000.000 admirers. Here are Monica Bellucci’s top films of all time…

15. Malèna (2000) 

Renato was 13 years old in 1941, and despite the fact that the world was at war, nothing ever happened in this tranquil Sicilian village. Until one day, he came across something that would forever transform his life… Malna, the stunning young war widow who was every man’s fascination and every woman’s jealousy. Renato will learn all of life’s lessons and find himself in places he could never have imagined because of her.

14. Spectre  (2015) 

James Bond (Daniel Craig) is led to Mexico City and Rome by a mysterious message from the past, where he meets the lovely widow (Monica Bellucci) of a notorious criminal. 007 discovers the existence of the nefarious organization SPECTRE after infiltrating a secret conference. He sets off on a journey to find the daughter of an old foe in order to enlist her assistance. Bond discovers a terrifying connection between himself and the adversary he hunts (Christoph Waltz) as he moves closer to the core of SPECTRE. Monica Bellucci is the longest-serving Bond lady.

13. The Matrix Reloaded (2003) 

Neo (Keanu Reeves), mankind’s greatest hope, is stuck in a limbo realm in a dystopia dominated by robots. Meanwhile, the majority of the world’s population is trapped in a virtual reality loop. The few humans who are aware of the world’s terrible reality feverishly strive to fend off their mechanical foes long enough for Neo to escape and save the day, but things go horribly wrong when all-powerful computer program Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) shows up in the flesh.

12. Irreversible  (2002) 

After a woman (Monica Bellucci) is raped, her lover (Vincent Cassel) and her former boyfriend (Albert Dupontel) take matters into their own hands.

11. The Crucifixion of Christ (2004) 

In this New Testament-based portrayal of Christ’s crucifixion, Judas speeds up Jesus’ (Jim Caviezel) execution by handing him over to the Roman Empire’s hand-picked officials. Jesus is condemned to death, much to the dismay of his mother, Mary (Maia Morgenstern), Magdalen (Monica Bellucci), whom he spared from damnation, and his disciples. As he drags a crucifix to neighboring Calvary, where he is nailed to the cross, he is tortured. He dies, but not before doing one more act of grace.

10. Suspicious Situation (2000) 

In “Under Suspicion,” veteran Police Captain Victor Benezet squares off against prominent tax attorney Henry Hearst — two life-hardened and well-matched opponents motivated by reasons more complex and personal than the pursuit of duty or the defense of reputation — two life-hardened and well-matched opponents. Exploring the darkest corners of the human mind and exposing the potentially catastrophic psychological consequences of having a guilty conscience.

9. Secret Service Agents (2004) 

Georges (Vincent Cassel) and Lisa (Monica Bellucci) are elite French secret service field agents. While Georges is enamored with his work, Lisa has grown tired of it. As a result, when they’re dispatched to Morocco to stop an arms smuggler, Lisa says it’ll be her final operation. The operation is successful, but when Lisa is falsely accused of drug trafficking and another agent is killed, Georges believes that someone has betrayed them and that he must go it alone to find out who and why.

8. Asterix and Obelix (Asterix and Obelix) (Asterix and Obe Cleopatra is a famous Egyptian queen (2002) 

Asterix (Christian Clavier) and Obelix (Gérard Depardieu), 50 B.C. superheroes, are summoned to Egypt to assist an architect, Edifis (Jamel Debbouze), in winning a bet for Cleopatra (Monica Bellucci). Cleopatra had promised Julius Caesar that she will build a splendid palace for him within three months, defending the greatness of her people. She then informs her architect that if he fails to meet the deadline, he will be given to the crocodiles. Asterix and Obelix do everything they can to save him.

7. On the Milky Way (2016) 

A milkman’s peaceful life is flipped upside down by his forbidden love connection with a mystery Italian woman during World War II.

6. Don’t Turn Around (2009)

 Panic attacks and memory loss signify a writer’s (Sophie Marceau) suffering as her body is mysteriously taken over by another woman (Monica Bellucci).

5. The Sun’s Tears (2003) 

Nigeria’s government has collapsed, putting the country on the verge of civil war. Lt. A.K. Waters (Bruce Willis) is in charge of leading a team of soldiers into the Nigerian forest in order to save Dr. Lena Kendricks (Monica Bellucci). When Waters and his colleagues find Kendricks, she tells them she won’t let the rebels slaughter her innocent victims. When the crew sides with Kendricks and attempts to march the refugees to safety, they face the wrath of both US and Nigerian forces.

4. Do You Love Me Enough? (2008) 

An office guy (Bernard Campan) wins the lottery and pays a gorgeous prostitute (Monica Bellucci) a considerable sum of money to live with him.

3. L’Appartement  (1996)

Following Max, a young corporate hotshot who abandons his lucrative new life in search of his elusive lost love Lisa. Shoot ‘Em Up is the second game in the

2. Shoot em up (2007)

Mr. Smith (Clive Owen) links up with a prostitute named DQ (Monica Bellucci) to defend a newborn infant from assassins after saving it from assassins. Smonith and DQ find a dying senator’s conspiracy to harvest bone marrow from kids just like the one in their arms, with hit man Hertz (Paul Giamatti) close on their tail.

1. The Ages of Love (2011)

In one of three love stories, a stripper (Monica Bellucci) helps an aged man (Robert De Niro) recover his youth.

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