12 star macho who coolly played women in the movie
Since ancient times, men do not hesitate to try on female images in the cinema and on the stage. They boldly put on dresses, hairpins, make friendship with lipstick, mascara and nail polish. And, most interestingly, they are great at it. A whole galaxy of actors lit up in such disguises, someone even more than once decided to repeat his feat.
An outstanding actor, fearless stuntman, martial artist, director of incredible movie stunts, as well as the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and Knight of the British Empire Jackie Chan brilliantly played a playful lady in the 1993 film The City Hunter. His hero - reckless playboy, ready to subscribe to any adventure. His next adventure was the salvation of the beautiful daughter of the newspaper magnate Imamur from the clutches of a gang of criminals who sheltered their victim on a cruise ship.It is for this purpose that the hero Jackie reincarnated into a charming girl.
Dustin Hoffman's woman in the film “Tootsie” is very touching and vulnerable, at the same time sensitive and attentive. His woman turned out very real. Many in the image of Dorothy actor brought from his mother. He really wanted his Dorothy to be a 100% woman. He spent a lot of time working on his voice. Experts at Columbia University specifically selected the timbre and intonation of his voice.
Domestic actor Alexander Kalyagin also demonstrated his ability to wear high heels. His aunt Charlie from Brazil did not leave indifferent a single viewer who at least once watched the two-part comedy directed by Viktor Titov “Hello, I am your aunt!”. Luxurious, light, witty, self-assured aunt for good reason fell in love with all men. The whole secret is that Kalyagin simply knew what a man wanted. It was this role that brought the actor wild popularity and made him recognizable.
The episodic appearance of Savely Kramarov in the film “Gentlemen of Fortune” became the image of the most extravagant woman on the screen. For just a few minutes, the outstanding Soviet comedian managed to create an unforgettable image of a flirtatious, impudent lady, clumsily wiggling her heels over the snow. The actor was a satirist by nature. Even a serious text, he could present the audience so that they barely restrained laughter.
Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis
Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis also wore a dress to the cinema and the Americans amazed the audience in the flashing 1959 musical comedy “Only Girls are in Jazz” even more than the sex symbol of the 20th century Marilyn Monroe. Josephine and Daphne were so harmonious in their images that the female half of the film set did not even pay attention to them when the men entered their dressing rooms.
No one doubted that this comedian would cope with any extravagant role. It was all the more interesting to watch his next transformation. In the crime comedy "Fun with Dick and Jane," Kerry changes into a woman and apparently catches a real buzz from it.One feels that when he puts on a dress, he does not just get used to the role, even for a moment, he begins to show himself as a woman. Although women are different.