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Vincenzo Mollica immense On a Sunday, yet another lesson and the thrill of it all (Photos)

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Published on Mar 01, 2020

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Forty years of the Rai and for two days, Vincenzo Mollica, retired. On Sunday, In his unmistakable voice, the enthusiasm, the positivity (photo). “I thought I was to leave on the sly yesterday, however, I was summoned by the Mara, and I couldn't say no,” said Vincenzo Mollica opening his interview to Sunday (photo). Immense today, more than yesterday, the town sent Tg1 excites us and excites even Mara Venier: “I tried to steal your way of interviewing you, I observed, always... I want to say thanks to all the affection that you have given me in the beginning. I never thought of being able to do television, but you have now been shown to have esteem for, and I will never tire of saying " thank you”. This time he is to be interviewed, but the Crumb has done any questions at all, the artists and reviewed their work, never a negative judgment. On A Sunday tells Andrea Camilleri were very good friends: “he taught Me a lot in the art of not seeing because we had the same disease.” An irony that would be all: “You have to be able to take with humility and the right distance, believing in something does nothing”.

“I thank you all, I thank the good and also the children of the mig*****. Certain people should be called as you call it. I thanked the people that were brave and generous with me but also the children of the mig***** because I have indicated the road that I must travel; I did the opposite of what I said to the children of na mig***** * * you must do so, remember this always”.

An interview by Andrea Camilleri, one of his many wonderful interviews with a famous person. Glaucoma has taken away the sight of both: “to Safeguard the memory of what you've seen, to keep alive the memory of the colors”. Crumb thanks to his wife, Fellini and Renzo Arbore, they were the ones to convince him to stay in the Rai even when the competition was offering more. We are all of us a duty to say thanks to him. Has left a lot but still has much to teach, positive and wise, always.

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