juin 19, 2022  Laurine Comments are off 42 Segundos, Trailer, Video

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novembre 19, 2021  Laurine Comments are off 42 Segundos, Behind The Scene

The directors want to reflect the “change” of the city in the film.

Film directors Dani de la Orden and Álex Murrull shoot their new film 42 Segundos in Barcelona and Andorra, which portrays the trajectory of the 1992 Spanish Olympic water polo team, their time at the Barcelona Olympic Games and the personal history of its two of its main figures, Manel Estiarte and Pedro García Aguado.

For the actor Jaime Lorente, who plays Pedro García Aguado, it was a “gift” to shoot this film and this Thursday he highlighted to Europa Press that both Aguado and Manel Estiarte have been very close to the project.

“They have been very generous”, highlighted the actor and interpreter of Estiarte in the film, Álvaro Cervantes, who has recognized that embodying a real character implies, in his words, a lot of respect for his figure and his life.

De La Orden explained that the two ex-athletes have been involved in the filming and thanked them for their understanding “for the sake of fiction”, as it is not a documentary, although he has assured that the essence of the film is the same as in the original story.

Lorente has said that water polo is the “most difficult sport to represent” in fiction because there is no way to lie, he considers it to be very complicated and, furthermore, he has stressed that it is a very unknown discipline.

For his part, Cervantes has stressed that it has been “hard” to prepare for this film by starting a sport like water polo from scratch, and has joked that now that the film is finished they are considering joining a team.

“The vehicle is sports but what we want to tell is something that goes beyond. It is a story of personal improvement”, Murrull has stressed to Europa Press about a film that will be released in summer 2022.

The film explains the history of a team “dominated” by Catalan players who, with the aim of making it more competitive, undergo a transformation process with athletes from Madrid who have a very different way of understanding sport and water polo, they have detailed.

For De La Orden, the interesting thing about the story is the connection between Estiarte and Aguado who, through “suffering and almost hatred” towards coach Dragan Matutinovic, reach an understanding that culminates in an emotional openness.

Murrull has also claimed the “desire to explain a historical milestone” such as the Barcelona Olympic Games which, 30 years after its celebration, will portray them through the characters of this selection and their conflicts.

“One of our dreams is to be able to portray the change in Barcelona”, Murrull explained about the impact of the organization of the Olympic Games in the Catalan capital and the transformation that the city underwent with its celebration.

However, he clarified that showing this change is not the intention of the film, but rather he sees it as a backdrop: “We don’t want to drown and lose focus on something that has to be in the background and accompany the film”, he has argued.

In this line, De La Orden has specified that the transformation will be seen in the “small details” of the film, such as an old clock, a Game Boy console, the way of talking about the time and the costumes, among others.

Source : europapress.es

novembre 10, 2021  Laurine Comments are off 42 Segundos

The production will look for extras for the scenes that are recorded in the country.

The 42 Segundos feature film, directed by Dani de la Orden (known for being the director of El Mejor Verano de mi Vida) and Alex Murull, will start shooting in October and November for six weeks, two of which will be will be held in areas of the Principality.

The film is based on the real story of the Spanish water polo team at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, when the team of Manel Estiarte and Pedro Aguado had all the numbers to end up winning, but in at the last moment they ended up losing the title.

As for the cast, Jaime Lorente, best known for playing the character of El Cid and Denver in La Casa de Papel, will play Pedro Aguado; Álvaro Cervantes will be the actor who will put himself in the shoes of Manel Estiarte. In addition, the presence of Roger Casamajor and Elisabet Terri in the cast has also been confirmed.
Among the possible Andorran locations that are being negotiated for filming are currently planned to record the Pas de la Casa sports center, the Palau de Gel swimming pool, a residence located in Arinsal, a hotel in Ordino and outdoor spaces in the Coll de la Botella and Arinsal roads. In this sense, the production will be complemented by a production team and technicians from the country, and will also look for extras to participate in the sequences that will be shot in the Principality.

The feature film is an official Hispano-Andorran co-production in which the producer of Imminent Producciones participates, who worked on the feature films of Nick, 73, Caribe, and Todo Incluido; Nadie es Perfecto that made El Bar, Perfectos Desconocidos and La Influencia; Sábado Películas that produced La Llamada, Loco por ella and Barcelona, ​​nit d’hivern; and Playtime Movies of El Cadaver by Anna Fritz and Barcelona, nit d’estiu. In the same vein, they will also have the support of the Government, which awarded the Andorran producer the latest special subsidy for cinema, and also with the participation of the ICEC, Televisión Española (TVE) and Amazon Studios with distribution from Universal Pictures.

Source : elperiodic.ad

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