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Alain Delon will receive an award for the contribution to cinematography at the festival's closing ceremony on Wednesday
French movie star Alain Delon who arrived in Moscow to participate in the Faces of Love film festival will receive an award for the contribution to cinematography at the festival's closing ceremony on Wednesday. The actor announced this at a press conference in Moscow. Last Mr. Delon starred in the movie eight years ago but he continues working in theater and on television. According to Mr. Delon, he will not regret if his acting career comes to an end. "I worked with brilliant directors, Visconti, Antonioni, etc. They taught me the best profession in the world," he noted. The actor said he was always free to choose the movies to play in, partners and the style of acting. In his opinion, today cinematography differs from that in the 1960s. "We have entered the epoch of television and real European cinematography has been almost gone," Alain Delon said. In his words, today Love to him means, above all, children. "My daughter called me this morning and this made me feel happy. But when I recollect all my 'faces of love' I think about Romy Schneider, first of all," the movie star noted. In his opinion, he is a child at heart. "I have not changed and remain true to myself. The age is how you feel it. I do not count my age (Mr. Delon turns 70 in November). I live and enjoy life," he stressed. Alain Delon will return to Russian in April. His performance Les Montagnes Russes will be shown in St. Petersburg on April 8-9 and in Moscow on April 11-13. According to the actor, this is a great honor to play on the Russian stage. "A few French actors had this privilege. I respect your country and your president very much," Alain Delon said.
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