With Paolo Beldì “we worked together for ten extraordinary years. We had reached a crazy understanding at ‘Quelli che il calcio’, he participated in the dialogue with the images, commented, intervened. His direction spoke aloud, almost always ironically”. Fabio Fazio thus entrusts to Adnkronos his memory of the director of many of his broadcasts, who passed away today at the age of 66. Read also “Bruno Voglino introduced him to me when we were doing ‘Right of reply’ on Rai3 and he invented a stylistic figure of a great television lover, who grew up at Beppe Recchia’s school, where directing had a fundamental function in the story. he became fundamental in ‘Quelli che il calcio’. He was a very ironic but also very solitary man. A great music lover and guitar player: the Beatles in particular were his Bible and this was a topic that united us “, says Fazio. Which reveals: “It was Paolo who told me I would see you very well in a program with Claudio Baglioni”. From that input the cult program ‘Anima Mia’ was born. “Of course when I did my first San Remo, Paolo was by my side. Then when I left Quelli che il calcio” to dedicate myself to talk we said goodbye “, adds Fazio. Which concludes amaro: “His direction was made of great quality, a quality that also passed through the expensive scenes and a considerable number of cameras and I believe that for this too we have seen less and less of him. Because today everything is in the name of cutting, saving and instant consumption “.
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