Putinist actress Ornella Muti came to Moscow but failed to learn Russian
The famous Italian actress Ornella Muti, who has always been proud of her Russian roots and even dreamed of obtaining Russian citizenship, has arrived in Moscow. The fan of dictator Putin will entertain the Russian public in Moscow theaters. She will play one of the main roles in the play "Beethoven - The Heroic Life of a Genius."
Despite her strong love for the terrorist state, the scandalous star of the cult films "The Taming of the Shrew" and "Madly in Love" has never mastered the Russian language, so Russians will watch the performance with subtitles. This is reported by propaganda media.
Russians are delighted that at least one of the foreign stars is not ashamed to come to the aggressor country. However, even the propagandists note that Muti, who hoped to receive a Russian passport and become a Russian citizen, has not learned the language. She only knows "thank you," and in general, she communicates through an interpreter.
But the audience is not as interested in the Italian star as expected. On the day of the performance, there are still a lot of free tickets left, which the theater hopes to sell.
Ornella Muti is reported to be traveling around Moscow in a Mercedes executive car with a personal driver. The actress is staying in the Suite Grand room of the five-star Lotte Plaza hotel, where the cost of accommodation per night is 288 thousand rubles, or 3 thousand dollars (about 113 thousand hryvnias). But the star's household rider is quite modest: water without gas, cheese slices, fruit, and tea. The Italian Putinist refuses to eat traditional Russian "delicacies" such as dumplings.
Propagandists proudly mention that Muti has Russian roots. According to the actress herself, her grandparents lived in St. Petersburg.
It should be noted that the Italian came to Russia for the first time back in 1979 to shoot for Grigory Chukhrai's film Life is Beautiful. After that, she visited the Russian Federation many times. And one of these visits in 2010 ended in a loud scandal and even a trial.
The actress received a fake health certificate and disrupted performances with her participation in an Italian theater. As it turned out, the illness was fictitious, and Muti did it in order to come to Russia for a banquet with dictatorial President Vladimir Putin. The Italian sat at the same table as the war criminal, and the theater later filed a complaint against the actress with the prosecutor's office. Read how it all ended in the article.
Earlier, OBOZ.UA reported that Uruguayan actress and singer Natalia Oreiro, who became world famous for her starring role in the Argentine TV series Wild Angel, received Russian citizenship in October 2021 together with her son. However, the star's Russian passport is now going to be revoked. The reason was Oreiro's performance at a gay pride event in Argentina.