She returned to speak to the microphones of Il Giornale, Catherine Spaak. The iconic actress of the 80s told some aspects and secrets of her career, so far she had never talked about it or rather, many years had passed since the last statements.
The actress talked about what young girls face today to join the entertainment world. And he explains:
In the 1980s, I said publicly that it was difficult for actresses to be respected. It was the time of blackmail. I never had to give anything in return to work, but generations previous to mine had had to deal with the problem. Sexual blackmail was an infamy. Many colleagues were surprised. They said it must have happened only to me. I emphasize. I haven’t had any bad experiences. Then came the #Metoo. The true one. And the problem emerged.
The attack is aimed primarily at the male universe. Men of power, perhaps, take advantage of it. These are the words of the woman:
Most of the boys throw it on the dominance of a prey and succubus woman. And many give up, out of interest. Convinced to improve. It has always been like that. The only difference is that it was once silent. A question of power to which the men who use it and the women who are silent are enslaved.
Unfortunately, Catherine Spaak also talked about the terrible time she went through last year. The woman suffered a cerebral hemorrhage right in the middle of Covid:
I didn’t even notice Covid. Two months before it erupted, I had a brain hemorrhage and went home the day the lockdown went off. March 8, Women’s Day. The block gave me a quiet recovery. At the Santa Lucia hospital they saved me and in that neurology ward I understood the value of the gift and friendship. Only suffering makes us mature, unfortunately.