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Leonardo Sbaraglia to Javier Milei: “Let him understand national cinema as a flag of pride in the world”

Leonardo Sbaraglia to Javier Milei: “Let him understand national cinema as a flag of pride in the world”

Like other cultural leaders, the Argentine actor spoke about the cutback measures in the industry promoted by the national government.

Leonardo Sbaraglia questioned Javier Milei and asked him to “understand national cinema as a flag of pride in the world.” At the same time, the protagonist of Puanwas concerned about the possibility of “losing rights that cost so much effort to achieve.”

Like other cultural leaders, the Argentine actor spoke about the cutback measures in the industry promoted by the national government. In conversation with Infobae Spain within the framework of the premiere of the film that arrives in theaters in that country and on Amazon Prime Video, He said that having recorded that film “was like a dystopia” that now “became a documentary, that is, a reality”.

Cinema: Leonardo Sbaraglia targeted Javier Milei

“One of the themes of the film is the defense of public education, and that is one of the things that are in danger today. So what seemed like a dystopia, now seems like a documentary. At the same time, In that In this sense, he regretted the setback in some social struggles such as legal abortion.

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manifestation.  In San Sebastián, against the threat of closing the INCAA.

manifestation. In San Sebastián, against the threat of closing the INCAA.

“Milei is doing what he proposed in his election campaign and more than half of the population voted for him democratically. But hey, now It is time to try not to lose some rights that have cost us so much effort to achieve.. For example, the issue of the abortion law, which is in question after the efforts of one of the most important movements, the feminist movement, that have occurred in my country,” he continued.

He also said that he is “a little shocked and overwhelmed with everything that is happening with this whirlwind and seeing how one can resist and fight so that all these fundamental issues are not lost.”

Sbaraglia’s request to Milei about national cinema

Sbaraglia stressed the importance of President Milei “understanding national cinema as a flag of pride in the world.” “We also represent Javier Milei. Just as one feels pride in the national team or when one sees our flag at the Olympics, why not feel the same when one of our films participates in one of the best festivals in the world? I believe which is the same. We represent our people and take them to the world, to Spain, to France, to Japan, to the United States. And we are also representing Javier Milei,” he said.

“It is as if this undervaluation of cinema were a kind of nightmare and it is necessary to sit down and talk. I think that is what we need in Argentina, to exchange ideas, establish a dialogue, initiate transformations, build scenarios for discussion, exchange,” he reflected.

Source: Ambito

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