Interviewed by Roberta Capua on “Summer live” on Rai 1, Sandra Milo retraced her career and told an anecdote about the maestro Federico Fellini. On the set the director was used to shooting her even badly. Having overcome the initial shyness, Milo, one day, threw a slipper at him. He apologized.
Among the recent interviews by Roberta Capua at the “Live Summer” on Rai 1 – led by the former Miss Italy together with Gianluca Semprini – did a lot of talk also on social media that a Sandra Milo.
In particular, the Milo recalled his career and an anecdote from the past linked to Federico Fellini, of which she was muse and lover for 17 years.
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The actress said the director often scolded her in “Half past eight”. She was so intimidated that she didn’t answer him.
In the second film they made together, however, having become more confident, she threw a slipper for having taken it excessively.
He recognized the exaggeration and apologized.
Speaking of the cinemas of yesterday and today, Milo noticed a difference:
“Before we had the courage to tell, to dare, today’s one has not updated, it always tells the same stories. Let’s say it hasn’t updated as much as it should ”.
With regard to TV, however, according to “Sandrocchia”The television medium is the most modern for telling true stories live. “An extraordinary vehicle”, he defined it. She is especially fascinated by its immediacy.
Sandra Milo in the theater plays a drag queen
Acting remains his great love.
Sandra Milo returns to the theater this summer with the new show, “Oysters and American coffee”, of which he spoke as a guest of “Summer in Direct”.
In her next play, Milo will play the role of one drag queen, “The first time I play a man”.
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The final message is important: the show reaffirms that everyone is the same.
The actress still has a dream in the drawer: she would like to play “a role that few have played, a heroic role: that of the common woman”.
Women always do a lot, they are extraordinary and courageous, she concluded Milo.