Cerati’s mother spoke: “We are close to Gustavo and note reactions”
City of Buenos Aires, April 12, 2011
Gustavo Cerati’s mother, Lilian Clark, spoke of the condition of her son and said that she notices “reactions ” when he receives displays of affection.
The artist’s mother explained that “no one can say when he will open the eyes, when he’s going to call me ‘mom’, but I have faith.”
Clark told: “We are every day beside him and notice reactions. Sometimes I greeted him and he grabs my hand strong”, adding that Cerati “wants to live and will live.”
“There are reactions that encourage us,” Lilian continued, and told that Gustavo “gets extremely excited when they go to sing to him. When Spinetta came, he made movements. When Ricardo Mollo plays the guitar I notice movement, moving his mouth or with his heart beats going up.”