Salvatore on Vanity fair
Salvatore Esposito exclusively on Vanity fair with an article by Mario Manca: “The child in me”. Here is a brief excerpt:
In Rosanero she ends up in hospital twice: what was it like to be a child?
“Very nice. I often tell kids who study acting that our job is beautiful only if we keep alive the child we have inside and that allows us to create and be curious: things that we adults unfortunately forget to do. Confronting a criminal who becomes an 11-year-old girl was a risk, but it never scared me because I always try, through the characters and the stories, to leave something in the viewer ».
Was it the first time you wore pink?
“When I was a boy I had a pink shirt, while now in the closet I should have a polo shirt and a linen shirt.”
Do you think you have a feminine side?
“Of course. I think it manifests itself in sensitivity, as well as in my manic being, as my partner says. Women are profound, concrete, organized: we have everything to learn from them ».
How is he manic?
“Basically I’m messy, but when I decide to arrange it I want to divide the Blu-ray by covers, the books by size and height and the clothes by color. A way to give colors to the bookcase and the wardrobe ».
It’s romantic that you still buy Blu-rays, as the movies are coming straight to the platforms now.
“I care a lot, I’m a collector.”
The complete article can be found at this link.
Source: Vanity fair