Morgan moves Mara Venier a Sunday In: the pain of the past so similar to this
A breath of fresh air for Mara Venier have a guest today to Sunday In Morgan to talk about the “crime” of the Sanremo festival. The presenter seemed to be a moment light; face with a smile and wanting to belittle the argument with Bugo up to ask you to stop, and to return to friends. Then came the photos of the past of Morgan images and a little boy with his family, when his father was still alive. The sad look of the artist is lost in those pictures, in that past. “It's a reality of death,” replies Marco Castoldi, refers to the past, the suicide of his father, and also something more invisible, then connect everything to the terrible period that we are living in. “10 million people have lost their jobs, many people died, lost their loved ones. The hearses in the squares with in the ashes, this thing is shocking. I cry for this and when I think back to the past to me is a lump in the throat”. The melancholy and pain are evident in his eyes: “I don't think that the future will bring the past, we will bring back the suffering. We must work on this otherwise there will never be anything more”.
Mara Venier sends the advertising, has eyes full of tears. Morgan still has in it all the pain of the past, says he is talking about today. Notes that is aged in two months, as they were the past 10 years. The presenter confirmation, but sees in him a transformation. Marco became a father for the third time, little Maria seems to have really changed. And happy for the girl but he confesses that his quarantine was a disaster. His daughter can't stand the light of the sun, and it is not normal but it is so for children who must remain in the house.
What do you expect Morgan from the future? “I don't expect anything from my children but from me, that I may be what they need, to be a father that they deserve, to be the person I deserve to be because I can't dishonor the life in the er***you”.
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