Laura Pausini wins Golden Globe, devotes prize to Italy

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(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 1 – Laura Pausini won the best original
song prize at the Golden Globes on Sunday for ‘Io Si’ from in
The Life Ahead, Sophia Loren’s latest film directed by her son
Edoardo Ponti.
    “I’m happy about this achievement, above all because of the
message of welcoming (people) and sharing that it carries with
it and it is devoted to all those who deserve to be seen” said
singer-songwriter Pausini.
    “I dedicate this prize to Italy, to my family and to my
daughter.
    “I want her to remember the joy in my eyes of this day and that
it is always necessary to believe in your dreams”. In the film Loren she plays Madam Rosa, a former prostitute and
Holocaust survivor who provides childcare for the children of “working women.”
After a 12-year old Senegalese street kid robs her, she
reluctantly agrees to take him in. T
hey develop a deep bond and she tries to help him find his way
in life. (ANSA).
   

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