In a clip of an interview, a journalist asked the singer if he was a “trusting person,” which caused Pavarotti to scoff.
“Are you joking? I would not exist if I didn’t trust people,” the opera singer replied.
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Bono, who was interviewed for the film, gave perspective on why the operatic legend’s music is so remembered today.
“The reason he was great is he lived those songs,” Bono said. “The mistakes he made, the hopes, the desires, all of that comes crashing into the performance.”