Massimo Ceccherini how he spent the Ciclone money: "Women, clubs and dustmen, everyone did it"

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Massimo Ceccherini how he spent the Ciclone money: "Women, clubs and dustmen, everyone did it"

The Tuscan actor, in D'Agostino's fantastic Rome, Holy and Damned, reveals that he 'disgraced' the Ciclone's money in Rome with women, alcohol and powders. But he does it with a surprising poetic streak: “No one ever wants to go to bed in Rome. Because they are all people who feel alone and want to live it to the fullest, to the end.”

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In that masterpiece of anecdotes and little facts that is Rome, holy and damned by Roberto D'Agostino, which aired on 17 February on Rai2 in the late evening and which we wholeheartedly recommend catching up on RaiPlay, there is an account of the life 'Roman' by Massimo Ceccherini. Scandicci's talent reveals to Dago and Marco Giusti the impact he had on the eternal city: “Weak, fragile and sensitive, with all that money I end up collapsing in everything.” The revelation on how he spent the Cyclone money: “I spent the Cyclone money on the women at Jackie O.” The unsuspected depth of Ceccherini's philosophy : “No one ever wants to go to bed in Rome. Because they are all people who feel alone and want to live it to the fullest, to the end”.

The stories of Massimo Ceccherini

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Massimo Ceccherini says that his first encounter with the city of Rome took place immediately after the great success he had with Il Ciclone:

I come to Rome after the success of Leonardo Pieraccioni's film and therefore, coming from Scandicci, I find myself with money in Rome! Much money! More and more, and then I ran out of them all! My ride was always the same. I lived in Piazza Mazzini, I had an aperitif, then I went to Matriciano, to Celestina and already there I saw the VIPs of all races, the rotten ones. And so on, drink, drink, drink. I paid by card, I offered dinners to everyone. The little women would come and first I would wank myself to death, seeing them all together, for me it was a toyland.

At this point, he underlines how this lifestyle will lead him to completely abandon himself to vice:

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Weak, fragile and sensitive, I collapse in everything. Powders and drinks already from the restaurant. Then, afterwards at the restaurant they took me to Pace, where you turn here and there was Ignazio La Russa, you turn there and you find Lino Patruno. From the politician to the priest, to the pop star. The drink is the protagonist of these places.

“No one ever wants to go to bed in Rome. Because it's all people who feel alone”

Massimo Ceccherini continues his story and talks about the Jackie O, where he spent all his money on prostitutes: “We called the taxi and we got in while drooling and slurring like a drunk, but a happy drunk, and we went to the Jackie O. In the early days I went to all the places on Via Veneto, then they wouldn't let me in anymore because I had bothered everyone. Not even taxis would pick me up anymore.”

The Jackie O was beautiful because it has that part above which is already beautiful, full of women, even prostitutes, for a fee. In fact, I almost all exterminated my Cyclone money there. I have to say this. I walked with my checkbook, I felt like I was playing, I wrote and wrote, even more than I had, because that's how it was anyway. We were already loaded up at Jackie O, then there we would end up loaded up and there would be fights of all kinds, stabbings, everything. I took the little women home, even the African ones who were crying because they missed home, they missed Africa, I made them call home on a mattress full of dust and empty bottles. Well, let them tell you what I'm doing. Nobody ever wants to go to bed in Rome. Because they are all people who feel alone and want to live it to the fullest, to the end.

The meeting with Vittorio Sgarbi and Prince Giovannelli

Massimo Ceccherini talks about his friendship with Prince Giovannelli: “He took me with him, one night he took me to Sgarbi's house, but not at nine, at two! It was a museum, all covered with paintings and statues and there it was him on a red sofa with his legs spread wide with a Brazilian girl. While he was having this 'snorkel' done, I was next to him, a little drunk, and I showered him with compliments. We spent the whole time like this, me next to him to him with the one who gave him the mouthpiece. The next day Sgarbi's secretary called me to invite me to one of his debates”.

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