(ANSA) – ROME, NOV 05 – WILL SMITH, WILL (LONGANESI, PP 432, EURO 26.00) For the first time Will Smith talks about himself in the autobiography “Will”, written with the author and blogger Mark Manson, which comes out on November 9 and will be in Italian bookshops on November 11 for Longanesi in the translation by Paolo Lucca and Giuseppe Maugeri.
In the overwhelming memoir of over 400 pages, with a photographic insert with unpublished images, the actor, producer and musician, two-time Oscar nominee, winner of four Grammy Awards and the Naacp Image, tells with great honesty how we can get to truly mastering one’s emotions by making a journey of inner discovery in which it puts us in front of what can be achieved through the exercise of pure willpower, and what, by doing so, one risks leaving behind forever.
From an anxious and apprehensive child in a dysfunctional family in the suburbs of Philadelphia, the second son of a tough and authoritarian father, to Hollywood star, undisputed star, box office winner. The whole incredible story of Will Smith, the former Prince of Bel-Air who made generations dream and laugh with his adventures on the big screen, tells the epic clash between love, ambition, fear and success. Whether you are one of the most powerful and overpaid Hollywood actors or an ordinary person struggling with common problems, the truth is one and the same for everyone: to realize your ambitions without sacrificing your happiness and your happiness on the altar of success. who you love is essential to never stop learning. And also listen to the voices you don’t like, when you meet them along the way. (HANDLE).
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