Victoria Abril in Mexico opens the film that marks his return to Spanish cinema

EFE


  • Abril shares credit with Alejandra Jimenez and Cristina Brown with the “most difficult” part of his life, said in a statement to media.
  • She plays a villainess who takes advantage of the crisis by selling a rejuvenating tonic in a company pyramidal
  • “I thought. This bitch can not do it myself, and I realized that the fact that it was Victoria April who gets you into this scam, was much more credible, “he said.

 Victoria Abril

The Spanish actress Victoria Abril presented Friday at the Guadalajara International film Festival (western Mexico) his new film, Born to win , directed by Valencian Vicente Villanueva and in which he mocks the economic crisis in Spain.

in the tape mark his return to Spanish cinema , Abril shares credit with Alejandra Jimenez and Cristina Brown with the “most difficult” part of his life , said in a statement to media. Not only embody a villain, but because the character he plays a con artist entrepreneur, bears his name.

The “Almodóvar girl” revealed that initially the role was conceived for an American actress , but Villanueva proposed adapt it so that she could. “I thought: This bitch can not do it I , and I realized that the fact that it was Victoria Abril (actress and character) who gets you into this scam, was much more credible,” he said actress.

Abril (Madrid, 1959), said jokingly that the fact that the character bears his name “has nothing to do” with her. Except that “all the barbarities I do them for love and that’s the only thing it seems to me,” he said.

“Let it be clear that this is fiction, and (of ) fiction, the culprit is it “he said pointing to Villanueva, before the screening of the film.

before Born to win , April had recently dedicated to soap operas and films in France , the country in which he lives. His latest collaboration with Spanish director was in just want to walk (2008), directed by Agustin Diaz Yanes.

Born to win has mood history Encarna, a woman with a monotonous life that is enlisted in a company pyramidal who promises to make big money by selling a rejuvenating tonic.

Villanueva said the argument has a lot to do with the situation of the economic crisis in Spain, when people “are desperate and launches into whatever” in order to win some money.

Make this comedy was “a treat” Villanueva said, adding that working with the three actresses who star in the film was very easy he said. “ he understood perfectly how I wanted to tell the story and laughed a lot in rehearsals,” he said.

Both the director and the actress chose the Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG) for the world premiere of the film, that will be screened in Spanish cinemas from the 6th of may and possibly be shown at other festivals.

the actress received last year a tribute his path by the FICG with which he had “a crush” and who wanted to return to “share” the premiere of his film rather than to compete. “I’m too old to come to the festival to compete, I no longer come to compete, but to share with you cinema,” he said.

The actress has 40-year career in film and television, and it is the star of a long list of films among which Átame (1989), High Heels (1991), Kika (1993) and lovers (1991), for which he received the Silver Bear at the Berlinale this year.






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Victoria Abril in Mexico opens the film that marks his return to Spanish cinema
Source: english  
March 11, 2016


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