Pupi Avati’s story deserves a movie. He is one of the masters of Italian cinema, with 49 career films. He started off as a jazz musician in Bologna and then started making movies with Federico Fellini and Pier Paolo Pasolini, two of the most brillant italian directors of all times.
The focus of Pupi Avati’s speech at Loccioni was to never settle, but always do more in order to respect your talent. Because the most beautiful day of your life, the one in which all dreams come true, is always tomorrow.