The American-Italian actress Isabella Rossini has her film career exchanged for life on an organic farm on Long Island. And that is very instructive, ” she says in The Guardian.
“You work as an actress, though a lot less after your 45th or 50th,” says the celebrated hollywood star. “I had a lot of spare time and so I went to that to study what I had always wanted: nature conservation and then the behavior of animals. I still have two exams to receive my master have achieved. I have learned so much from observing and studying of my one hundred and twenty chickens.”
The 65-year-old learned there is so much that she even wrote a book about it: My Chickens and I. In the recently published work, she shares her observations, accompanied by funny facts and illustrations.
It is for the daughter of legendary Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman and Italian director Robert Rosselini clear that the animal world each Hollywoodproductie exceeds all: “Animals are the greatest show on earth.”