Linda Fiorentino is an American artist. She was born on March 9, 1958, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Her natural nationality is American and she has a prominent Pisces Sun sign. In addition, Linda is referred to as Clorinda Fiorentino (“lorinda” is Italian and “fiorentine” means flower.) She is presently a 62-year-old woman.
In 1985, Linda’s body of work was displayed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer’s art section, the “work” was “a painting she made while living in Italy and that showed up in Philadelphia during the 1985 International Artists Market.” The painting in question was entitled “A Busy Woman’s Life – Lotta, No Busy Day”. As you can see, the name of the painting bears a striking resemblance to a famous commercial for a certain brand of shoe.
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It may be of interest to you that this same painting was featured on the cover of a book that was published twenty-one years prior to Linda’s birth. In that book was a short story written by Fiorentinio, which was entitled “A Vision Quest”. According to the article, the writer wanted to bring life to the work, and so named it after his deceased grandmother, who was a major influence on both his and her son’s subconscious mind development. So, it seems that Linda was actually born with a vision quest in her womb.
There is a painting entitled “A Vision Quest (1994) starring Linda Fiorentino”. The article continues, “It was Fiorentine’s intention to give readers a glimpse into the inner workings of their subconscious minds. Her own mother had been a doctor, and Linda’s biological father worked as a counselor.” If Linda’s visions were so powerful that they could lead her to direct real psychotherapy, then this film would be an example of the very first professional use of such techniques.
The article continued on to say that audiences should expect more out of this second spin on the Smitty Smile character, which according to its producer, Barry Sonnenfeld, will provide Linda with “a whole new lease on life”. So, Linda’s journey into Smittyland may be just what she needs to become the successful woman that she wants to be. But how will she escape from the grasp of Smith, who’s equally intent on capturing the elusive secret to happiness for himself?
Judging by some of the trailers released for the movie, it appears as though Linda Fiorentino is about to have more of her own vision quest to figure out who she really is – and how she fits into our world today. This is all but confirmed by the fact that she’s already started filming a follow-up to Back to the Future – which is due out in summer. However, what do you think? Will Linda Fiorentino’s journey into the halls of Beverly Hills to be as fun and entertaining as her first one?