Malena Pichot and Marcelo Mazzarello star in A Strong Crossing via Twitter. Within the framework of the premiere of the film “Argentina, 1985”, they discussed in the social networks of the little bird, and the fight soon became a topic of conversation.
film, with Ricardo Darin and Peter Lanjaniuk As the protagonist, it tells the story of prosecutors Julio Cesare Strassera and Luis Moreno Ocampo, who investigate and prosecute the perpetrators of the last military dictatorship in the country in 1985.
The trial took place during the presidency of Ral Alfonsín and since the plot of the story has political colors, it led to a strong argument between Mazarello and Pichot.
“It’s heartening that Argentina, 1985, opens at this time. I haven’t seen the movie yet, but it’s always good to remember the value of being a prosecuting country on board,” Malena wrote.
Mazzarello, who doesn’t keep quiet about anything, came out to the crossroads. ,It wasn’t a country, it was Alfonsine, as well as the 53% who voted for it and a handful of judges by the balls. Peronism offered a pardon, opposed the trial and did not participate in the CONADEP report,” the actor replied to the comedian.
Faced with that remark, Malena, far from being silent, replied: “Hello Marcelo, do you say I can’t be proud to be an Argentine and have the boards tested because I vote for Kirchnerism? Or where do you want to go?”.
“Hello. Be proud of what you want. I don’t want to go anywhere. I was alive at the time and Nestor was part of the Peronism that offered pardons in its electoral platform. I’m just clarifying historical facts.” I am. Does it bother you?” returned to the actor.
Picot clarified that in 1985 he was 3 years old, but in 2004 he was at Esma when “Nestor opened it to the public and brought down Videla’s painting”. ,The saddest thing about this answer is the hate in your gorilla nerves, because you respond with Peronism to a Tweet that did not mention or indicate Peronism at any time. If you refrain from chatting with me from now on, I would appreciate it”, Pichot concluded.