"It's nice to see someone who uses common sense in the world of films," wrote Salvini on Twitter. He commented on the words of a Polish actress from an interview for the Italian weekly "Grazia" quoted on the social networking portal: "Here I live as a stranger, but when I visit parents, I feel Italian in every respect."
"I live in many countries, I consider myself small Roma, but one thing is certain: there is no racial hatred in Italy, though some would like to convince us of something else." The Italian film star says the problems, if any.
"Here I was welcomed when Poland was not yet part of the European Union, and I had to stop at 5 am to renew my right of residence," added Smutniak, one of the most popular actresses in Italy and many times appreciated.
Smutniak will soon see in "Loro," a film inspired by the billionaire's character, scandal, media tycoon and longtime Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. The film will take place on December 28th in Polish cinemas.