Last aprilRosa María SardàHe acknowledged that he was not going through his “best moment”. The actress, who died this Thursday at the age of 78 in Barcelona, noted on the program ofJordi Évolethat although her cancer was “controlled”, it is an “invincible” disease.
In which was his last talk on television, Sardà, winner of twoGoya AwardsAs the best supporting actress, she said that the battle against a disease like cancer “is not a fight, it is a matter of those who are in charge having more or less sense when scheduling certain medications or whatever.” In this sense, he finished:“It is not a ‘match’ to see who wins, because cancer always wins.”
Regardless of her state of health, the Catalan humorist and presenter also spoke with Évole that day about the crisis caused by the coronavirus. He was pessimistic with the society that awaits us after the pandemic: “Four will continue to accumulate what is necessary for millions.They will continue selling weapons, exploiting people and arriving boats. “
Sardà, who received the Gold Medal of the Film Academy in 2010, ended with a reflection in which he defended culture: “I am an old socialist, butnot even socialist governments have given the importance to be given to culture. “