Stands for American Association of Retired Persons, AARP is an organization in America whose members are people aged 50 years and over or who are starting to enter retirement age. Under the entertainment category on the organization’s website, there is a list of films dubbed “Movies for Grownups” or a list of films for adult audiences.
Every year, AARP hosts an award ceremony for the films “Movies for Grownups” and George Clooney has just been announced as the recipient of the top award at the annual event, namely the Career Achievement Award. Event Movies for Grownups Awards this year it will be held online and will be broadcast via PBS, the public television channel in America, on March 28 where the actor who was once famous through the television series ER is scheduled to receive his award.
In an interview with AARP, George Clooney discussed a range of topics, including his 60th birthday this year, his life at home with his wife, Amal, and twins, young Ella and Alexander, and his career path, which he said happened accidentally. .
According to George, he seemed to realize that everyone was aware of his life’s long journey and persistent endeavors since he was young.
George said that he did not think that his life could be as successful as now, considering that when he was young in 78 he worked on a tobacco plantation, then in 79 and 80 he was selling women’s shoes, men’s suits, even insurance, door-to-door.
According to George, his life and career journey gave him an important lesson, which is to dare to risk himself in everything, in the sense of doing his best at work. He feels that in his life he has had a lot of luck and luck.
George Clooney exemplifies the success of the ER television series he has starred in. Even though it was played at a time that was deemed less ‘selling’, it turned out that the series received good ratings.
However, George also believes that we can actually open up opportunities for luck and if there are enough opportunities, once in a while we will be lucky.
By accepting AARP Movies for Grownups Career Achievement AwardGeorge Clooney is joined by a number of well-known film stars who have received the award, including Annette Bening, Kevin Costner, Robert DeNiro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Shirley MacLaine, Helen Mirren, Robert Redford, Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone. [aa]