Carrie Fisher, interviewed shortly before her death: “I will not love to die”
An overwhelming talk in the light of his disappearance.
Embody the Princess Leia in the saga Star Wars has made iconic in 1977, the year of the release of the first episode on the screens. Carrie Fisher died at age 60 on December 27 , carried by a heart attack she did not surrender, which occurred four days earlier while she was on a plane from London to Los Angeles. Shortly before, the star had confided in an interview with journalist Andy Greene to the issue of the magazine Rolling Stone recently published in kiosks, on the occasion of the release of his book The Princess Diarist . Woman full of wit and humor, she then gave her reflections on the meaning of life, but also on death. Words that have a destabilizing echo today.
Daughter darling Debbie Reynolds , daughter of Elizabeth Taylor as his father, singer Eddie Fisher, married her, Carrie Fisher bathed in the pot Hollywood forever. A world made of money and temptations such as drugs, to which it transferred, ” I fucked my fucking life must learn, and unfortunately some of us need a lot of lessons. make the right choice. “and if she had to fight with the demon of addiction, she never wanted to end his life:” I do not think I’ve ever been suicidal, and this is probably due to drugs . I suffer from mood disorders [she is bipolar, note] , then the drugs were probably preserved me the most intense feelings. And I loved LSD. ”
After turmoil of the years, Carrie Fisher, mother of a daughter, Billie Lourd, found serenity: ” I learned a lot I trust my instinct I went through a lot of things and I might have to.. cross in others. I hope it will not be the case, but if necessary, I will be able to do it. I will not like to die. We are not very well prepared for that . ” The subject of death will end the interview with a distinction between death itself, she said not to fear, and the fact of death, which the anguished: ” I’m afraid of dying Everything. I have been present for some people who were dying, and it did not look funny, but if I have to go through it, I would like to have someone one like me at my side. “