ON HIMSELF ON MARIA GRAZIA
Black. by Michelangelo Antonioni. The X Factor and Say Yes to the Dress. Spaghetti al pomodoro. Love. In my place by the seaside, with my family and friends. Hundreds. Oversophisticated food. That something bad could happen to the people I love. Marcello Mastroianni. Movie director. Dreamer. Tim Roth. My first Mastroianni black suit. Espresso with a little brown sugar. Team player. Beer. One Hundred Years Of Solitude, by Gabriel García Márquez. A monkey. Virgo. Going everywhere, both mentally and physically, and having a “place” to come back to. I try not to forget who I am. Intuition and passion. Nothing. I felt a connection. We had a lot of interests and passions in common. Many things. It’s good to maintain two lives with their own differences. La Grande Bellezza, by Paolo Sorrentino. Political debates. Pasta al pomodoro. Peace. Travelling with family. Cheese. Hundreds. Same as mine—something bad happening to the people that she loves. Keira Knightley. An art collector, a critic, or anything that regards art. Passionate. Robin Wright. All of her vintage pieces. Black espresso, sugarless. Teamwork. Just water. Black. Pride And Prejudice, by Jane Austen. A lion. Determination. Rationality. She doesn’t smoke anymore, but I still do. I think she just felt okay with me. There are a lot of things she does not know.