Marilu Tolo

  1. Chantal Goya, Masculin Féminin, France-Sweden, 1965. The ever bilious Jean-Luc Godard halted his 21st film the day before shooting. “Blood pressure,” he said. He was suddenly better after dropping adults Michel Piccoli and the Italian Tolo for two youngsters: pop star Goya and the Truffaut find, Jean-Pierre Léaud, as “the children of Marx and Coca-Cola.” Tolo missed nothing (Ingmar Bergman called it “mind-numbingly boring”). She finally entered the JLG fold as Miss Physical Love in Anticipation: l’amour en l’an 2000, his sketch for Le vieux metier meter du monde (US: The Oldest Profession), 1966.
  2. Sarah Douglas, Superman, 1978.

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