invictus.jpgTwo day before Italy’s rugby team began the Six nations tournament, honourably beated in Dublin, Rome welcomed Morgan Freeman, last cinema-face of Nelson Mandela. Freeman arrived to promote Invictus, the Clint Eastwood’s last film based on John Carlin’s book “Love your enemy”. The story is about the Springboks’s rugby triumph in 1995, and, most of all, about the relations between Madiba and the team. In Rome, Freeman (who is Mandela in the film) said that the real Nelson seemed amused when he watched the film for the first time, beside him. First italian comments, about the pelicula, was quite good: “it has an important civil meaning – wrote on friday the daily Sole 24 ore – we all should get our children to see it; it’s very contagious in the final, really spectacular in action and story”. Invictus will arrive in italian screen on 28 th february. By the way, the title of the track comes from a Ernst Henley’s poetry, that end with this words: “I say thanks to whatever kind of God is there, for my invincible soul”.