“The Guardian”: Keanu Reaves al fianco del Cinema America

By 28 Giugno 2019Maggio 18th, 2020Cinema America

Sul quotidiano inglese “The Guardian” è uscito un articolo che racconta gli sviluppi dell’aggressione subita a Trastevere da alcune persone che indossavano le magliette del Cinema America. In particolare, il quotidiano inglese racconta la presa di posizione di Keanu Reaves e di altre personalità del cinema internazionale al fianco del Cinema America. Di seguito un estratto dell’articolo.

Hollywood names including Keanu Reeves, Willem Dafoe and Alejandro González Iñárritu have come out in support of an Italian cinema collective who have become a target of the far right.

Cinema America, which organises free outdoor movie screenings in Rome, has issued a message of support on its Facebook page after four people were attacked following a showing of the Paul Schrader film First Reformed. The message reads in Italian: “It is unacceptable that there is still someone that thinks they can impose their view through the use of violence … We can’t accept a wound of this kind, inflicted not only to the world of art and cinema but to the whole world.” The letter was also signed by the directors Alfonso Cuarón, Spike Lee, Guillermo del Toro, and Stephen Frears and the actors Jeremy Irons, Debra Winger, Richard Gere and John Malkovich.

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