Serena Rossi La sposa, le donne di ieri hanno guardato avanti /VIDEO – Tv

On screen, we’ll see her completely transformed: her hair shorter than usual, uncaring but almost curly, stooped walking, swollen hands, tiredness on her face. And on the set, bright and talented Serena Rossi did not spare herself: “I wanted to be credible, I am a perfectionist. Physically it was difficult, there was a fire, I jumped into the river, I learned to milk the cow, I wanted to be my hand, when she mowed wheat she was My arms are full of scrapes. Maria, my character, is a woman with strong values ​​that do not hold back, simple but stubborn, who goes forward and does not give up: she reminds me of my grandmother.” The actress returns to Rai1 with La Sposa, Rai Fiction’s Endemol Shine Italy TV series, three first evenings in the 1960s on the air from Sunday January 16, with Giorgio Marchesi and directed by Giacomo Campiotti, absent from the show because he has the coronavirus disease. “It’s a series that talks about the past, but also about the future. The Bride talks about simple things, about women’s liberation. The women of yesteryear have paved the way for the women of today, although there is still much to be done, but we must not give up.” Start. What am I dreaming about? Woman in Quirinale”. Maria is a young Calabrian woman who, to save her family from poverty, decides to accept the proxy marriage wanted by the impudent farmer Vittorio Bassi (Maurizio Donadoni). His family is burdened with debts. The woman makes an agreement whereby the man agrees to repay the debt, pay the rent and study his brother and organizing his sister’s wedding as well. Arriving at the altar, Maria discovers that she will not marry Vittorio, but her nephew Italo (Giorgio Marchesi), whom she has never seen. A fact utterly hostile, for being a Southerner and a woman, to working hard in the fields, but above all To refuse Italo, who is still very upset by the mysterious disappearance of his first wife.” Italo – asserts Marchesi – he is without light, he cannot even see himself, his son, dragging himself into life, it is as if he were lost. He lives with his uncle and his son and they are three isolated. He experiences this woman’s arrival home with a wedding dress as a rape of space. But Maria speaks the facts, asserts herself, and does not brag. She will bring light to her life and the life of her son who lives in a shed and whoever she will know to come close to, will make him study. Serena also brings the light to life, on the set in the morning you can hear her singing, as she sings with make up, she knows all the songs are a nice way to start the day.” With Campiotti “We worked in mud and animals, in the sun or in the rain, it was a unique set of its type.” For both actors, memory is an important string and is always a value.

Rossi adds, “I am a working woman, and the mother of a son who I hope will grow up with respect for women. I think there is still a lot to work on, but I’m confident of that.” The trait of Maria that Serena Rossi thinks is missing in today’s women? “My grandmother used to say you need patience. Now you want everything and right away. Maybe patience, look away.” Benedita Galbiati from Endemol Shine Italy confirms: “This production was very brave because it wears the costumes, but also because of the history of the past in dialogue with the present. The main character is always evolving while remaining true to her roots. I hope this series can be a crash course in resilience, Hoping to reconnect with what we were before.” Serena Rossi will soon return in the second season of the successful novel Mina Settembre (the first was closed with 6 and a half million listeners) whose filming resumed in Naples on January 11 in Piazza dei Martiri. The role of the social worker was born from the pen of Maurizio di Giovanni, a Neapolitan writer already famous for giving birth to Commissioner Ricciardi and Bastardi di Pizzofalcone.


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