Amy attended today the Giffoni Festival in which she received the Giffoni Experience Award. Below, the translated article right from the festival website:
Amy Adams won the jury of Giffoni Film Festival with small-great gestures, like heart-closed hands, and succeeded in the incredible mission of silencing the room, all concentrated in an ecstatic silence.
To a girl who asked her for advice on the world of the show, she said, “I’ve never been a good at making spectacles, but I understand that you never have to take it on the staff or rewrite it, but turn on the page, start over again Zero, never stop studying and believing. And you tell him that a young man was shy … actually he is still there.” While trying to keep responding, she excites, and with her glossy eyes adds: “Sorry, my daughter is in the front row and is trying to make me laugh at all costs. Incidentally, I called Aviana in honor of your beautiful country where I was born and where I still feel at home. Here people open the doors of your home and invite you to dinner even if you know them just and you do not feel uncomfortable to accept. That’s why I could not wait to come to Giffoni and come back very soon.”
A swearwoman has asked her with what criterion he chooses roles: “Now that I am aging, it is important for me to choose stories that can help people, something that leaves the mark.” Among the roles that hit her most in the foreground, she reserves it to the latest work, Arrival, where he talks with aliens as an expert semiologist and a boy in the room thanked her for this movie, that helped him to choose his profession. And she, said getting the Giffoni Experience Award, could not be more proud of it.
“The message of this work – she later added – is the promotion of the sense of unity among the peoples at a time when one can only talk about war. I know, I’m an idealist but I really hope we often realize that conflicts are not taking us anywhere and that we need to find a way to communicate. I say this for you, for the new generations who look to life and see you here at Giffoni, all together, it seems to me an excellent first step in this direction, in you I have all my hopes.” And about desires and dreams for the future, at least one would like to make it, or two: “I would like to try again in a musical and I would still work with Patty Jenkins (director of the acclaimed Wonder Woman with Gal Gadot, ndr.), One of the first directors with whom I collaborated in my career, a very talented woman.” The link with the worlds of superheroes is not lacking, as at the end of the year she will be back as Lois Lane reporter alongside her Superman / Henry Cavill in Justice League sums of all the most famous DC Comics characters, Batman included.
Check in our gallery pictures from the evening: