Isabella Ferrari: A Journey of Resilience and Reflection in Cinema

Isabella Ferrari: A Journey of Resilience and Reflection in Cinema
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Thursday 18 April 2024, 10:33 - Last updated: 20 April, 10:41
Isabella Ferrari returns to the cinema, once again taking on a leading female role, this time alongside Vittoria Puccini, in 'Confidenza' by Daniele Luchetti. She is Tilde, "a resolved woman - she tells Corriere della Sera - but she also hides something, she has her own loneliness". After a few hours of passion, Tilde is rejected by Elio Germano. And Isabella Ferrari has also experienced this in reality. "Yes, I never said it. I was in love with a boy who was not for me. I was very young, beautiful, full of pimples". And it also happened that she was beaten by a man. At Cosera she is not ashamed to say it: "It happened. If it happens to you once, you don’t fall for it again. Analysis helped me to recognize the evil". Chiara Ferragni returns to social media with the 'revenge dress'. Here's how much it costs Among Isabella Ferrari's regrets is that of having left school early. "I struggle so much to hide my ignorance that I have never hidden my age. But regrets are our story, it's like sliding doors: some things happened because you opened some doors, and other doors closed. I didn't finish high school, I went to the School of Interpreters in Milan because it seemed that the most important thing was to learn English. I don't keep love letters, but I do keep affectionate letters from my elementary school teacher". For a period, Isabella distanced herself from cinema. She no longer wanted to know about seductive roles, "there was little imagination towards me. I do many things and seduction does not interest me at all. Fortunately, I get more substantial roles, an ex-alcoholic mother in a crime story, in theater I am an abandoned mother, Sorrentino... But you can love and seduce for a lifetime. As Battiato says, desire has no age". And speaking of films, she is often still called Selvaggia, the protagonist of 'Sapore di mare'. "It's part of the beautiful things in life - she always tells Corriere della Sera - it makes me tender, it's like looking at a beautiful painting, it keeps me young. But I have a lively and strong present, I wouldn't go back even a day". Because if you look back you realize "I started working too early, I had an intense life, I suffered a lot. I'm talking about the transition from childhood to adult life without having been a teenager. Now I have fewer fears, but there is always a mirror, balance on oneself is difficult".
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