News del Giorno: Sophia Loren Retrospective; ‘Mamma’s Boy’ Marriage Annulled

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To mark her upcoming 80th birthday, Italian screen legend Sophia Loren inaugurated an exhibit dedicated to her life at the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City, displaying memorabilia from her career and personal effects, including the Best Actress Oscar she won in 1960 for the film Two Women. [Local]

The Supreme Court of Italy has annulled a marriage on the grounds of  “too much maternal dependence" and lack of affection by a husband deemed a mammone, or Mamma's boy. [ANSA]

An Italian TV-show host has auctioned Pope Francis’s skull cap on eBay, and in less than 24 hours the bid reached €105,000. The money will be donated to an Italian charity fighting child mortality in the Democratic Republic of Congo. [Local]

Iconic Academy Award–winning director Bernardo Bertolucci (Last Tango in Paris) navigates Rome’s cobblestoned, potholed, and unkempt streets in a wheelchair for his 90-minute short film The Red Shoes, which highlights the difficulties for the Eternal City’s disabled people. [La Repubblica