Giancarlo Giannini He came back to talk about the sudden death of his eldest son LorenzoWhich took place in 1987. Captured in microphones I hear youled by the program Pierluigi Diaco, aired on Tuesday, May 10 on Rai2. “Seeing a child die is terrible,” the actor said. Haddad changed his life forever, as he himself admitted in several interviews. Late in the evening Giannini explained that: “He left because of an aneurysm, and I don’t even know his name, I also want to omit this word, it’s a lively vein.” Lorenzo died at the age of 19 and a half of an aneurysm, and in those days, the actor was shooting a movie in Milan with Vittorio Gassman. Immediately a plane to arrive at him in Rome.
“I realized there was probably nothing else for me to do. The only thing I could do was what I believed in: I believe in the mystery, I believed in God, and I always pray at night, that’s how I am. Death is not that horrible thing. They always say “Why him and not me?” Seeing a child die is terrible, but you also have to clash with those close to you.
Then Giancarlo recounted a more intimate anecdote about those days: “I remember saying to Flavia (the other daughter, Ed)”He is better than us‘Because I believe in it, and I believe in things, so I also said it honestly. And there if you don’t have it, what shall be said in simple words ‘on earth’? We are men, we are little things, wonderful but er, wonderful! So what is the riddle? A difficult word … but you must not pierce it, because you will never make it.” These delicate and touching words were said by Giannini to Diaco, who listened to him with great respect.
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