Salvini wrote in Twitter: asında It's good to see someone using common sense in the world of film. He commented on the words of a Polish actress from an interview for the Italian weekly "Grazia" quoted on the social network portal: "I live here as a foreigner, but when I visit my family, I feel Italian in every way."
"I've lived in many countries, I've got a bit of a gypsy, but one thing is certain: there is no racist hatred in Italy, although some want to convince us from something else. The problems are different," he said.
I I was clearly welcomed here when Poland was not yet part of the European Union, and I had to wait at 5 to renew the right to reside, yenil said Smutniak, one of Italy's most recognized actresses, who has been awarded many times.
Smutniak will soon be seen in "Loro," a billionaire, scandalist, media mogul, and a longtime film inspired by the figures of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The film will go to Polish cinemas on December 28th.