In 2017, Antonio Banderas suffered a heart attack which, of course, could have been fatal.
An event that gave him the effect of an electric shock and which, with hindsight, seems to him to be "one of the best things" that has happened to him.
"It was like putting on glasses and seeing what was important," the 62-year-old actor explained in an interview with
A frantic pace
"I returned to Spain and started to look at my professional life from a different point of view", continued Antonio Banderas who, however, is far from having slowed down the pace of his career.
In 2017 alone, the year of his heart attack, the actor was credited in the credits of no less than five films.
Since then, we have seen him in
Pain and Glory
by Pedro Almodóvar, last year in
and he lent his voice to the hero of
Puss in Boots 2
Finally, he will star in the highly anticipated
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
, which is set for release on June 28.
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