Alessandra Scarci: Know yourself and then, fly

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Alessandra Scarci

Alessandra Scarci, actress and presenter from Italy, known for “Loro” directed by the Oscar Paolo Sorrentino, “Tommaso” with Willem Dafoe directed by Abel Ferrara, “Una famiglia mostruosa” by Volfango de Biasi and “Agrodolce” by Alessandro Prato in which she plays the protagonist Cecilia.

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?

What turns you off?
All the experiences that I cannot live, all that survives in my mind but has no chance to become reality.

What is your favorite virtue?

Agrodolce_ Cecilia_Alessandro Prato

What Is Your Purpose in Life?
Forgive myself and be free

You want to keep reinventing yourself?
I think the greatest formula for reinventing oneself is to reconnect with the real self-inside of us.

What is an emotion?
it’s my whole life

Is society greater than the individual?
The individual is always stronger than society

Is it more important to be respected or liked?
Respect is everything. Respect yourself. If you don’t respect yourself first, no one will respect you and you will never be free.

Tommaso_ Abel Ferrara_Alessandra Scarci

Have we become less happy in this age of technology?
Yes, because there are too many “attempts” and few real actions.

Are humans obligated to better themselves and will that make them happier?
I think, as I said in the previous question, we don’t have to improve or evolve … I think instead we should reconnect with our true nature. This can make us happy … feel free to be ourself

Alessandra Scarci

Does life require a purpose and a goal?
I think the society we live in requires it. Life goes on even without our purpose and goals!

What is happiness?
I’m asking this every day to myself, but one day I will surely be able to answer you

Is it easier to love or to be loved?
I can hardly love someone.

Alessandra Scarci Premiere Agrodolce

Is love simply physical desire or something more?
Love is when you see everything pink.

Why is beauty associated with morality?
because beauty stirs creativity and desire, socially acceptable concepts

Do we love ourselves more in the virtual world and less in the real world?
Yes, because to love in the real world you need constancy and above all you are required to drop the mask. Very risky, isn’t it?

Your message for the utopian world?
Know yourself and then, fly

Enri Mato is an urban architect and photographer born in 1986 into a family of artists. His father was a sculptor and his mother was a restorer, who worked at the Louvre Museum in Paris. He grew up in Tirana, where he discovered his interest in photography and art at an early age.