Lina Wertmuller – Cause of Death, Date of Death, and More!

Lina Wertmuller died at age 93, astounding. Check out the death cause, death date, and more facts about the circumstances surrounding director Lina Wertmuller's death.

Biography - A Short Wiki

Director of the 1976 film Seven Beauties, which made her the first woman to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Director.

Her first job was touring across Europe with a puppet show.

She set a Guinness World Record for the longest film title with a 179-character title for a film released in 1979.

How did Lina Wertmuller die?

Information about the death of Lina Wertmuller
Cause of deathN/A
Age of death93 years
BirthdayAugust 14, 1928
Death dateDecember 9, 2021
Place of deathRome, Italy
Place of burialN/A


"I adore the work of Lucas and Spielberg. I'm certainly not trying to minimize their talents, but I'd love to see what they could do when they aren't leading us from reality."

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"Ah, in work, love and the movies, everything is a fight."

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"I've always been an angel. Sometimes I transform into a witch only because the filmmaking demands it."

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"Film is my big problem. I am involved too much. I love too much. I've been trying to resolve it for 35 years now, but for now, I have to keep making them."

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"My first customer is myself. When I tell a story I like, I can sleep easy. I'm sorry when audiences don't like it, but I have no choice."

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