Antonio Banderas to Shoot Film on Arabs in Spain
The Spanish film star Antonio Banderas who resides in the US revealed that he would turn to direction and that he was embarking on writing two scripts to be directed by him personally. One of the scripts will tackle the last years of the Arab Islamic civilization in Spain.
Banderas whose married to the American actress Melanie Griffith who was honored at Cannes Festival last year, pointed out in a press conference Saturday that he would like to explore the history of the last Tawaef King. He also said that he would discuss coexistence between the three heavenly religions: Islam, Christianity and Judaism under the Islamic civilization during that period.
About his role in the film Femme fatale directed by Brian De Palma and produced by Tareq bin Ammar from Tunisia, he said, “I did not want to perform it like that but the director wanted it on his own way. After two days of thinking, I agreed on the condition and played the role as press photographer Paratzi who chases a woman called Rebecca Romin Stamos in order to take photos for her through which he plans to obtain money -- Albawaba.com