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The Gucci heirs want to file a complaint against the film House of Gucci

2021-11-29T19:54:08.934Z

The heirs of luxury Italian house Gucci on Monday threatened to take legal action against Ridley Scott's film House of Gucci, ...



The heirs of the Italian luxury house Gucci on Monday threatened to take legal action against Ridley Scott's film

House of Gucci

, which they accuse of portraying family members as

"hooligans"

.

See also

House of Gucci,

the film that tells the story of the transformation of fashion

The film takes up one of the most resounding news items of Italy of the 1990s, the assassination of Maurizio Gucci (played by Adam Driver), heir to the Italian house, sponsored by his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani ( Lady Gaga).

"The Gucci family reserves the right to take any initiative to protect its name and image, as well as those of its relatives"

, indicates a letter published by the Italian press agency ANSA and signed by the heirs of Aldo Gucci (1905 -1990), the founder of the luxury brand.

"Hooligans"

The letter specifies that the Gucci heirs were particularly hurt by the description of Patrizia Reggiani,

"a woman condemned to have ordered the murder of Maurizio Gucci (presented) as a victim"

.

She also regrets that Aldo Gucci and his relatives are portrayed as

"hooligans, ignorant and insensitive to the world around them"

.

House of Gucci

is directed by the Briton Ridley Scott, 83, author of several of the most emblematic films of the past 40 years such as

Blade Runner,

Alien

,

Gladiator

or

Thelma and Louise

.

The Gucci family has not been involved in the luxury brand since the 1990s. It is now owned by the French group Kering, founded by billionaire François Pinault.


Source: lefigaro

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