I Believed That He Would Come Out, But ...: A Friend Of Grachevsky - About The Last Days Of His Life

I Believed That He Would Come Out, But ...: A Friend Of Grachevsky - About The Last Days Of His Life
I Believed That He Would Come Out, But ...: A Friend Of Grachevsky - About The Last Days Of His Life

Video: I Believed That He Would Come Out, But ...: A Friend Of Grachevsky - About The Last Days Of His Life

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Boris Grachevsky remained optimistic until the end of his days, said his friend, film journalist David Shneiderov. He noted that he himself had had a coronavirus and Grachevsky found out his state of health every day.

When I got sick, Borka found out about it. He called me several times a day, offered doctors. When we corresponded a week ago, he asked me: “How are you? What's the matter?" I wrote: "Hold on", he replied that it will be so. Until the last second, he maintained faith and optimism that he would get out of this. But I didn't get out … - Shneiderov told the WomanHit portal.

The film journalist noted the special ability of Grachevsky. He was always close to loved ones, not only in moments of despair, but also in happy moments.

Borka knew how to be happy for others. He knew how to rejoice in other people's successes, someone else's happiness. He never envied, on the contrary, seeing that a person was good, he added a share of his joy, - said Shneiderov.

Grachevsky died on January 14 at the age of 72. The cause was the coronavirus. However, Elena Malysheva noted that he died not so much from COVID-19, but from serious chronic diseases.

Grachevsky created "Yeralash", hundreds of children starred in episodes of the magazine, some of them today the country knows as famous actors and singers, NEWS.ru wrote.

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