French iconic actor Alain Delon, considered one of the most handsome and charming men ever existed, recently expressed his opinion about death.
Delon’s lazy insouciance, shady sophistication and angelic insolence – learnt, no doubt, from past connections with the French criminal underworld – carved him a niche: the pretty-boy killer. Delon was later credited as having created cinema’s “cerebral hitman”.
Called “the male version of Brigitte Bardot“, Delon has just turned 86. A symbolic age that the actor wanted to celebrate surrounded by his relatives, and more particularly his two sons, Anthony and Alain-Fabien Delon.
However, Alain said he doesn’t fear death at all.
“I don’t fear death. I lived and loved a lot. I have seen everything and I have experienced everything. After all, I don’t like this world anymore. Everything is fake and meaningless. There’s no point. People only think about stupid things, like appearence and money. So death would be a relief to me. When I’ll die, I will die fulfilled of the life I have lived.”