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Ok, eccomi quá. Diciamo che la foto che vedete rappresenta esattamente la mia vita attuale. Un giovane ragazzo che si è ritrovato a lavorare a 21 anni in una delle aziende leader in Italia nel settore dei risarcimenti vs le compagnie aeree, senza una laurea e solo grazie ad un semplice contratto a tirocinio, che ora dopo un anno è riuscito a cambiare a tempo indeterminato con tanti obiettivi all’orizzonte.
Dall’altra parte, l’altro ragazzo..innamorato della musica fin da quando era un bambino, e che grazie a persone DAVVERO speciali accanto a lui, è riuscito giorno per giorno a coltivare la sua passione, trasformandola nel suo sogno piú grande...
Gli stimoli per il futuro sono tanti, forse troppi...ma la determinazione e le sfide fanno parte del mio carattere da sempre.
Questo sono io oggi e sono anche quello che sogno di essere tra 20 anni.
AD MAIORA ragazzo. 💪🏼⚖️🎧
Moonstruck is a 1987 American romantic comedy film directed by Norman Jewison and written by John Patrick Shanley. It is about a widowed, 37-year-old, Italian-American woman (Cher) who falls in love with her fiancé's (Danny Aiello) estranged, hot-tempered younger brother (Nicolas Cage). Vincent Gardenia and Olympia Dukakis play supporting roles.
The film was released on December 16, 1987 in New York City, and then nationally on January 15, 1988. Receiving largely positive reviews from critics, it went on to gross $80 million at the North American box office, making it the fifth highest-grossing film of that year in North America.
Moonstruck was nominated for six Oscars at the 60th Academy Awards, winning for Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actress.
When all your cards seem to be falling into the right place, you celebrate by going to a concert with your bestie. 🥂⠀ I have given up a lot to be in LA. The journey to my dream has been mostly rough, sprinkled with baby steps and small victories here and there. I know I make it look easy 😉, but there have been so many times I wanted to quit, move back home and go back to school for an engineering degree - which there is absolutely nothing wrong with that, it was the route my mother took. But something keeps calling me to stay in this movie town of dreams. There’s a reason my higher power won’t let me stop believing in myself.⠀ A couple months ago, I started doing a lot of personal development work on myself to help me reach my visions of success. I started reading, writing, envisioning, meditating and exercising (almost) every day. Before, a lot of fear drove me to being too timid to ask for the things I truly wanted. Fear of the words spoken by small minded people inhibited me from allowing myself to imagine a universe where I can have wild dreams. Fear of their thoughts enveloped me when I would tell them that my dreams were bigger than what average Joe would find appropriate or attainable. I would never speak up.⠀
Fuck them. Fuck being scared. I’m bold. I’m brave. And I’m fighting for it everyday. I am filming with friends almost every week. I co-created and co-host a growing podcast based on people reaching for their dreams. I booked the lead in a hilarious commercial written by an Emmy nominated writer - after several avails and a couple other bookings. I am in the process of writing two short films and finally finishing my pilot. I’m in the best shape of my life. I’m about to be a bridesmaid in one of my best friend’s wedding and got to travel with her and other incredible women to party in the streets of New Orleans, LA. My step by step plan to beasting next year’s pilot season is perfectly on schedule. And I have a pretty awesome cat (something I never thought I’d say in a million years), who I love more than anything. I truly believe there’s nothing I can’t do. And I truly believe everything I ask for will happen - BECAUSE I WILL MAKE IT HAPPEN.