By CAPosts 01 August, 2020 - 02:02am 97 views
Alan Parker and Madonna during the recording of the film "Avoid"
The American singer, dancer and actress Madonna, also known as the "Reina de Pop", expressed her regret at the death of British director Alan Parker, with whom she worked on the controversial film "Evita", in which she represented the figure of former Argentine president Eva Duarte de Perón.
Madonna starred in the film that was shot in the argentinas of Argentina and Hungary in 1996 and with which it was awarded the Golden Globe.
The singer had to offer statements to the press with Parker, before releasing the feature film to bring peace of mind to the audience, because the news of the film was not well received in Argentina. It was the pop singer who tried to put cold cloths. "Evita came out of the way and climbed in such a dizzying way, until he managed to have so much power and influence over the people. When I found that out, I wanted to know and I was interested in representing her," , he declared. "The intention was always to give an objective view of Evita. We're artists, we're not politicians," , the director said. As the actress and director spoke to the press, protesters sought to prevent the continuity of the project.
Pop superstar Madonna
After the news of the death of Perker, who was born in London on 14 February 1944 and managed to transcend the borders of the United Kingdom to become a Hollywood legend, the mecca of cinema. His first film,>Bugsy Malone, Al Capone's grandson was nominated for eight British Film Academy awards; she managed to lift 5 of those statuettes. An auspicious start that was reflected in time.
Show business welcomed the news of his physical departure. Film lovers were whined to death as a rumor, then confirmed by the family through a statement from the British Film Institute: the filmmaker Alan Parker died on Friday, aged 76, after facing a long illness.
The reaction of the famed pop artist did not wait and go got a message on her account on the social network of Instagram, in which she expressed her regret at the death of the director and recalled the importance for her of working together on the filming of the controversial film, which despite the criticism achieved a great blockbuster.
"I was very saddened to hear of Alan Parker's passing. One of the best directors I've worked with on the film Evita. He taught me a lot, believed in me, took me to my limits and made an amazing movie! Thank you!"
Madonna's post on Alan Parker's death
The film ended up being distinguished in the comedy or musical category, and the singer took her award. The story begins with the funeral of Evita and Che Guevara narrating the life of the wife of Juan Domingo Perón. It shows his childhood and the poverty and the unjustifiable ones he faced during his childhood. He also emphasizes the two parallel families that Evita's father had, and the mark this left him.
The film was not received in Argentina with open arms. Even while filming, Parker and Madonna had to hold a press conference to bring peace of mind. It was the pop singer who tried to put cold cloths. "Evita came out of the walk and climbed in such a dizzying way, until she managed to have so much power and influence over the people. When I found that out, I wanted to know and was interested in representing her," , he declared. "The intention was always to give an objective view of Evita. We're artists, we're not politicians," , the director said. As the actress and director spoke to the press, protesters sought to prevent the continuity of the project.
Parker directed film classics, such as The Midnight Express, Evita o The Wall, performed with legendary rock band Pink Floyd. His films won 19 BAFTA Awards, ten Golden Globes and ten Oscars among them. He was twice nominated by the Academy for Best Director.
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