House Of Gucci: Lady Gaga Bids Goodbye To Filming

Farwa Raza

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The actress and singer Lady Gaga has said goodbye to the filming of ‘House of Gucci’ in Italy, where she has been under the command of Ridley Scott.

Lady Gaga is now very focused on her acting career, without neglecting her role as a singer and music star. In recent months the artist has been living in Italy while filming with Adam Driver and directed by Ridley Scott the film ‘House of Gucci’.

The star has finished her participation in the film and has said goodbye to her fans and the hotel team where she has been staying, visibly moved.

The actress and singer wanted to say goodbye to Ridley Scott, with whom she seems to have established a great relationship after the project. With a clash of hands, we see Ridley Scott with a mask in the full shooting.

On the other hand, and this time on Twitter, Lady Gaga wanted to thank the entire Italian country for having welcomed her with such affection during these months: “I want to thank all of Italy for taking care of me while I was filming this film. I give a hug and a kiss and say that I believe in you. Blessings to my place of origin, a country built on the promise of hard work and family. I hope to make you proud. I am proud to be Italian. I love you.”

What will ‘House of Gucci’ tell?

The filming of the new Ridley Scott film has not been without controversy. And it is that ‘House of Gucci’ will narrate the real events that occurred within the Gucci family, creator of the textile empire. The film is based on a book that narrates the murder for hire of one of Guccio Gucci’s grandsons, Maurizio (played by Driver), in 1995, and the subsequent trial of his ex-wife, Patrizia Reggiani, whom Lady gives life. Gaga.

Just a few weeks ago, a second cousin of Maurizio, Patricia Gucci, explained to the Associated Press that she believes the film goes beyond the story of an actual crime and that it will delve into the lives of the family’s heirs. “We are really disappointed, and I speak on behalf of the family.”

 

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