Veruschka is a 1971 film directed by Franco Rubartelli and starring Veruschka Von Lehndorff, who was married to the director at the time. Veruschka was one of the first "supermodels" ever and was able to enjoy international fame thanks to Rubartelli, who was mainly a photographer, rather than a cinematographer.
This sentimental drama, in which the actress impersonates herself, sees a magnificent Morricone in a lounge / orchestral mood, once again accompanied by Edda Dell'Orso's unmistakable voice and Alessandro Alessandroni's Cantori Moderni choir.
At the time, only one 45rpm was released with the songs "Veruschka" and "Poesia di una donna," while the remaining recordings were released more than 20 years later; this exclusive and limited edition soundtrack recovers several songs that remained unpublished at the time. Audio remastered from the original tapes, with new artwork, on clear yellow vinyl.