French artist with Russian passport Gerard Depardieu confessed to "unconditional love" to their own new home. The artist dreams of apartment in Moscow, while much more - of a cottage on the lake, where you can spend the evening with your beloved.
"I love my Russian passport, I say everywhere, even in America: "why don't you show the Russian passport", I'm very proud of," he confessed Depardieu said at a joint press conference with the actress Fanny Ardant, devoted to the premiere of the performance "Music for two".
"I immensely like the Russian Federation, with great pleasure would buy a flat in Moscow!", he went on to the recognition, adding that it attracts no less than the Baikal. "Your favorite, I'd take the lake Baikal in the little warm house, where we would lay naked under the blanket, enjoying each other's company," he podrovnyal Gerard.
The culture of the Russian artist also loves wholeheartedly. Among the highlights composers Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky, and appreciate the Russian people - "the most original, thoughtful and sensitive." Russian Depardieu role would like to play "any of the characters of Dostoevsky". Not so long ago, he embodied the image of Ivan the terrible at the Opera Prokofiev: "I am fascinated by Russian history and power", - he shared his emotions, adding: "the undeniable Horror the terrible, Caligula is a lamb compared to him."
Commented on the newly-minted Russian and Ukrainian black list, which also fell over the rejection of the policy of the Kiev authorities. "I actually familiar with Kuchma and Yushchenko, visited them. But the Ukrainian black list is stupidity. He's not black, but grey. I think it existed only 1 day, as there is no sense not to let the country as many people as were included in this list," says Depardieu.