She was in films like like 10 Rules for Sleeping Around (2013), No Somos Animales (2013), Moving Mc Allister (2007), Soul’s Midnight (2006) and Pride and Prejudice (2003).
During their nine-year marriage, the couple had two kids: Camila and Maximo Jr.
She's helped him ring in seven birthdays - but Al Pacino's 77th looked especially blissful.
Seen planting a kiss on his 38-year-old girlfriend Lucila Sola off the Gulf Of Mexico, the Godfather actor seemed to be enjoying one of the best birthdays yet.
On my second day with Pacino, I happened to be parked in front of his house as a tour bus rolled up. His comfortable house, with its absence of texture, is remarkable for its indifference to externals: no paintings, no designer furniture or fripperies. I like it.” He pointed out a watercolor beside the fireplace. ‘New York in the Fall,’ ” he said, then steered me back into the living room and deposited me on a sofa to watch “Wilde Salomé,” a docudrama he directed, starred in, and largely bankrolled, which premières this month.
Pacino’s focus, the house makes clear, is resolutely inward. And I understand myself in that way.” Pacino has given complex shape to some of his era’s most memorable creations: Michael Corleone, the college boy turned Mafioso, in “The Godfather” trilogy (1972-90); Frank Serpico, the police whistle-blower, in “Serpico” (1973); Tony Montana, the Cuban drug lord, in “Scarface” (1983); the hapless thief Teach, in “American Buffalo” (1983); Sonny Wortzik, the would-be bank robber, in “Dog Day Afternoon” (1975); the gangster Big Boy Caprice, in “Dick Tracy” (1990); Ricky Roma, the smooth-talking salesman, in “Glengarry Glen Ross” (1992); and Roy Cohn, the closeted lawyer, in the HBO version of Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America” (2003)—to name just a few of the more than a hundred roles he has taken onscreen and onstage. The film represents Pacino’s eight-year attempt to “inhale” Oscar Wilde by chronicling the mounting of a 2006 Los Angeles production of Wilde’s 1891 tragedy, in which he was Herod to Jessica Chastain’s Salomé. I think it was a mischievousness, a subversiveness.” Pacino relates to Wilde as an outsider.