He is afraid? “Of course, as all”. In the last interview to Ennio Morricone, conducted by the Huffington Post, there is finished inevitably coronavirus as a topic of discussion. The Maestro, who passed away on July 6 at the age of 91 years, told of his life in the days of the pandemic, the concerns for one of his children “that it was not good”, in addition to enjoy, then so much the flash mob of italians on the balconies: “one side is sympathy, the other I believe is inappropriate”.
The last words of Ennio Morricone
In the interview, signed by Joseph Fantasia, Ennio Morricone revealed her concerns by returning at the same time calm and tips on how to deal with the pandemic coronavirus:
In the past few days, my wife and I were very worried for one of my children has been good, but now he is better and we are relieved. For the rest, however, we are certainly concerned about what is happening. I am very. In general and regardless of age, that is, a pandemic similar leads us to be still more at home, to rediscover our time and calm, to intensify the affections, to discover ourselves. (What is its rule?, asks the journalist, ndr) Has one and only: stay calm. For the rest I write, read, watch the news, I can inform you, but you have to stay calm.
The criticism to the flash mob from the balconies
Did not appreciate the flash mobs that were handled by the balconies throughout Italy in full lockdown, and finding them inadequate for the moment. Recognizing that gesture, a way to scare away the ghosts, to provide hope and encourage the sharing, Ennio Morricone, however, had asked for respect for the many lives lost:
To me, this fact that many sing from the balconies, or between them, and that sventolino the flags, one side is sympathy, the other I think is inappropriate. Of course, a little bit of levity can help, there is no doubt, but in these days there was a very high percentage of the dead and it would take more than. I wonder what they think of all those people in those moments: according to me they think only of themselves.