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The red carpet of the last day of activities of the 76th edition of the Venice International Film Festival was monopolized by activists against climate change, taking advantage of the fact that all the cameras in the world would take them, in addition they would be heard by the great personalities who gathered at the event.
The activists' action was applauded by famed Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger. “I'm happy that he's protesting on the red carpet or wherever. I am with them ”, said the artist and added:“ They are the ones who will inherit the planet ”.
The historic leader of the Stones then spoke at a press conference about climate change and shot the president of the United States, Donald Trump for his environmental policies.
"We are in a very difficult situation, particularly in the United States, where all environmental controls created to improve the situation have been withdrawn by the current administration," denounced the world rock star.
For his part, Canadian actor Donald Sutherland agreed with Jagger's statements and shared his criticisms of Trump, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro; and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson.
In addition to artists from various countries, there are many environmental organizations in the United States that question the president, who was described as the ruler with the worst environmental record in the country's history.
The legendary leader of the Rolling Stones ventures into the cinema again. Now he plays a collector of demonic art in the Giuseppe Catopondi-directed film, "The Burnt Orange Heresy."
Jagger comes from surprising the world with his incredible recovery after a surgical intervention that he had to undergo in early April. Only weeks after the operation on his heart, the artist was shown dancing and preparing for a new tour with the Rolling Stones.
Sources: milenio.com multimedios.com elintransigente.com prensa-latina.cu