Friday, September 29, 2023

Yalitza Aparicio and Memo Villegas invite people to love their roots

Prosperity is defined by the Royal Spanish Academy as “luck, luck, or success in what is being undertaken, is happening, or is happening,” and for many people, this only comes when they migrate to other places. However, Yalitza Aparicio, Pierre Louise, and Memo Villegas Invite the public to ponder this word to embrace their country and empower it with the series “The Great Seduction”.

“Prosperity is often taken to mean going elsewhere out of necessity or out of habit, but for ‘Germán, he finds the meaning of that word in staying in his country and doing everything so people don’t end up in the end.” Die,” said Villegas.

The actor plays “Germán”, a grown man who loves his place of origin, a fishing village of only 120 people. Even his wife is leaving the country in search of a better future, but he refuses to leave and completely imitates Contrary to what everyone says, he says he is trying to unite his neighbors to bring prosperity back to the city.

In this sense, Pierre mentioned that another key factor in prosperity is the adaptability of Mexicans, because no matter where they go, they open their panorama to find out where their real home is.

“Sometimes we think that the comfort and luxury of the city are what you want, but sometimes true home is in the simplicity… To live in a city where you fish, live with people, and be closer to people, you can,” said Louis, who plays the doctor “Mateo”.

The Great Seduction isn’t about a couple; it’s about everything people will do to win over the doctor and convince them to stay and work with them. For this, however, many lies must be told, and precisely this tension that is created in the environment is what Villegas believes appeals to the public.

“I love the agony that the viewer will feel with this whole plan, because telling so many lies carries with it the great danger that he can fail at any moment. So I think it’s an ingredient, apart from being a comedy with touches of drama and suspense. I think there’s something different that they’re going to really enjoy in this film,” Memo added

“Ana”, the character of Yalitza AparicioHe’s the key to all this tension because he’ll be the only one hoping not to hurt the doctor. The story is based on the 2013 Canadian film of the same name, though with some variations, such as this role, as the writers have given it more importance in this new installment.

“The role that this character plays in the story was smaller and only reflected the social context of the time, but now that that has changed and is more relevant, it also focuses on the goal that all residents have to serve to save the city,” added Aparicio.

  • The story’s screenplay was adapted by Luciana Herrera Caso and Celso R. Garca.
  • The film was shot in Valle de Bravo, Cerrillo, and Villa Victoria.
  • Mercedes Hernández, Eligio Meléndez, and Héctor Jiménez also take part.
  • Everything takes place in the fictional town of Santa Mara del Mar.
  • Premieres August 30 on Netflix.
  • This comedy lasts 94 minutes.
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