Jessica Lange & Sam Shepard - Crimes of the Heart (1986)
'A Special Day' (1977) Sophia Loren costars with Marcello Mastroianni, left, in Ettore Scola's "A Special Day." The Italian-language film was set in Benito Mussolini's Italy when the former leader first met Adolf Hitler. Loren's fascist husband goes off to witness the occasion and she befriends her homosexual neighbor played by Mastroianni, who went on to be nominated for a best actor Oscar for the role. The film won a Golden Globe for best foreign language film and was also in the running…
Sam Shepard and Jessica Lange Shepard and Lange have one of the longest-running Hollywood romances. They met on the set of Frances (1982), moved in together in 1983, had a daughter and a son, and continue to live happily ever after, racking up Oscars (for her performances in 1982’s Tootsie and 1994’s Blue Sky), a Pulitzer (for his 1979 play, Buried Child), and various other awards for their low-key but usually brilliant writing and acting.
Tommy Lee Jones and Jessica Lange in "Blue Sky" (1994) Jessica Lange - Best Actress Oscar 1994