Interview with Marco Rinciari: "Soon on Canale 5 with Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi".

Interview with Marco Rinciari: "Soon on Canale 5 with Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi".

Viola come il mare "is the new Mediaset project that we will soon see on Canale 5 starring Francesca Chillemi and Can Yaman. At their side, there will also be the Palermo actor Marco Rinciari, whom we met in products highly appreciated by the public such as "The pupil", "The move of the horse" and "Emanuele Loi". 

On La voce dello screen we interviewed Marco himself who introduced us to "Viola come il mare", he told us some anecdotes with Can Yaman and Francesca Chillemi and retraced the fundamental stages of his career. 

Hi Marco. Welcome to "The Voice of the Screen". Soon we will see you in "Viola come il mare" alongside Can Yemen and Francesca Chillemi. Can you introduce us a little about the project and your character? 

Hello everyone. "Viola come il mare" is a new Lux project that will air on Canale 5. It tells the story of a girl who suffers from a neurological disorder, synesthesia, which is the ability to associate different senses. In Viola's case, people communicate colors to her and she manages to associate those colors with feelings. She would like to find her father again. My character is called Nicola and he is a township boy with some criminal record, he works as a mechanic, he frequents unsavory people but basically, he is a good guy. 

What was it like working with Can and Francesca? 

Working with Can and Francesca I would say was a lot of fun, they are both very nice and never miss an opportunity to smile and make people smile, there was always an air of joy on the set. 

Are there any funny or interesting anecdotes you would like to share with our readers? 

Can is a very famous and appreciated actor but I would never have imagined to see in Palermo all that crowd of people stationed everywhere, at any time and of any age just waiting to meet him. It made me smile a lot to see people who every time a minivan with tinted windows passed by shouting: "It's him! And he!" and instead, unfortunately for them, we wasn't in that minivan. 

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