Stefania Sandrelli ON a Sunday: “I have to work to live,” the actress explains the meaning of his words
A few weeks ago, when Italy had been initiated the first restriction, and understood that for a long time, many jobs would not be returned to be granted, was published an article with an interview with Stefania Sandrelli, who had aroused quite a stir. The actress, in fact, that today, ON a Sunday, he wanted to give his explanations, he had explained that he could not do less than work. The tone, however, as explained by the actress in the episode of Sunday 26 April 2020, it was not what then is the past. The Sandrelli today explains that the job is his life, and in this sense he wanted to say that she could do without. A guest in connection to Sunday, the diva keeps us then to put the dots on the.
Here is the interview in question for those who had not read
“I was mistaken, because this article was shouted in another way, in a more vulgar, in a way that is inappropriate”. The actress then explained that you never said of the need to “work to live” : “basically, he said that I almost I lamentassi, instead – the precise Sandrelli – I was defending, and giving voice to the people behind our names – are many – are in a serious condition”.
Stefania Sandrelli gives a sense very different to the words from that interview: “all I can do unless to complain. When I said, ‘I have to work to live’ has been misrepresented, has been embroidered, badly, [...] I have to work for a living in the sense that [...] the work [...] is so much a part of my life that is my life, then I must work for a living, but work is my life” .
The problem is, however, in this interview in the quotation, there is a sentence of Sandrelli, in which he says “I would not have to knock to my sons,” which gives an interpretation in line with what was then the tone of the article...
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