But the film's novelty has revealed some less-known things about Freddie Mercury's life and also things that have never been announced, according to descoperă.ro
Some less known things:
At the age of 17, Freddie Mercury and his family were forced to leave Zanzibar in England. In his youth, Freddie worked at Heathrow Airport, where he transported traveling luggage. In fact, this year, September 5 (the artist's birthday), Heathrow's employees paid homage and danced to travelers on Queen's songs, writes Mediafax.
"Although he was famous for his exits on stage, he managed to electrify the audience, people around the artist say that he was very shy in his personal life, which was one of the reasons he rarely interviewed.
– they liked cats and at one point he was 10. When he was on the tour he called home to see his favorite animals. He even had a song dedicated to his cats (Mr. Bad Guy)
– Freddie obtained a degree in art and graphic design at Ealing Art College, who later used his knowledge of building the queen's emblem.
– Between 1970 and 1976, she had a relationship with Mary Austin three years after they moved together, Freddie demanded her wife. In 1976, their relationship ended after the artist told his bisexual orientation. At the moment, there is also a party in the party, "Bohemian Rhapsody". Freddie (played by Rami Malek) tells Mary: "I think I'm bisexual" and she says "No, Freddie. You're gay"
-Fright, Mary promised to "love my life" and said, "All my love asked me why I can not replace Mary, but it's impossible. My only friend is Maria, and I do not want anyone else. She was like a wife to me. "
Mary Austin, who has spent most of her life, still lives with her family today in the artist's home. She was largely rich, with large sums to Jim Hutton (Freddie's boyfriend 1985-1991), but also to his chef and his assistant.
-Frediet Mercury was the Zoroastrian religion (one of the oldest religions in the population of Central Asia and Iran). At his death a Zoroastrian clergyman held the job. He was burned at Kensal Green Cemetery, and the only man who knows where the ash is buried is Mary Austin.
– Freddie Mercury died at the age of 45 on November 24, 1991. He announced one day before publicly that he was aids: "It's time for my friends and fans all over the world to find out the truth and I hope everyone's coming to join my doctors in the fight against this terrible disease. Intimacy has always been special for me. "