- “What I remember most painful at this time of farewell is his sense of humor, his intelligence, his wisdom and kindness,” says the actress.
- coincided with Rickman in the saga of Harry Potter, ‘The Winter Guest’, ‘The Song of Lunch’, ‘Kiss of Judas’, ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and ‘Love Actually’.
“Alan was my friend and I find it very hard to write this because just kiss goodbye “and began actress href=”https://phoneia.com/?s=app” Emma Thompson the letter I He has dedicated the late Alan Rickman, his partner in many film projects and has shared the reporter Dave Itzkoff of The New York Times.
” What I remember most in this moment of painful farewell is sense of humor, his intelligence, his wisdom and kindness. His ability to put you down with just a glance or get on the mood in one word. That intransigence that made him the great artist he was, his unpalatable and cynical wit, clarity with which saw everything, including me and that never hesitated to have a word to me. I learned a lot from him, “wrote the actress.
” It was an excellent actor and director. He was always waiting for your next role. I think a privilege to have worked by his side many times, even as a director, “explained Thompson, which coincided with Rickman in the saga of Harry Potter (Severus Snape and Professor Trelawney), in addition to The Winter Guest (he as a director and her protagonist), The Song of Lunch, The Judas Kiss, Sense and Sensibility and Love Actually.
“It was a ally that you could always count in life, in art and in politics. I trusted him fully. Above all, it was a rare and unique person, and never see anyone like him, “ended the actress.
On Thursday, when his death became known, dozens of personalities from all areas showed their condolences and raved to the British actor
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