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

BARCELONA, Nov 18 (EUROPA PRESS)
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.

PERSONAL IMPROVEMENT
“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.

BARCELONA
“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

November 05, 2021  Laurine Comments are off Behind The Scene, Campaign, G'Vine, Interview, Photoshoot, Web

In France, surrounded by vineyards, riding in classic cars and with a gin with six centuries of history in hand. This is how we meet Jaime Lorente.

It may seem that we are describing the setting of Jaime Lorente’s next fiction, but nothing could be further from the truth.

A few months ago we traveled to France, hand in hand with G’Vine, to discover his new campaign (of which the actor is an ambassador). Thus, we learned about the origins of this French gin -the first with a grape base-, its production process, distillation… and, between glass and glass, sip and sip, we had the pleasure of chatting with Jaime, who represents the perfection the ‘art de vivre’ of the firm.

Now yes, the end is already written. Yesterday Netflix unveiled the preview of what will be the last part of one of the most viewed series on the platform and, feeling very sorry, we have to say goodbye to it.

For Jaime, saying goodbye to La Casa de Papel and his character, Denver, has not been easy either. “Closing such an important trip is beautiful but painful at the same time”, he says.

Even so, the actor is predicted by many good things, including the launch of his first EP, the premiere of a psychological horror film with Milena Smit and the filming of 42 Segundos, a film that, according to Jaime himself, “It looks great”. Here is his interview in full:

Have you already seen the end of La Casa de Papel or, rather, do you intend to?
I have not seen it yet! I will be one more spectator waiting for the opening day… What are you looking forward to!

When they gave you the role, did you imagine that it would transcend as it has? Have you ever felt like your character was eating Jaime?
It is true that due to its repercussion people start calling you by your character’s name and so on, but, personally, I have never allowed Denver to eat Jaime.

Have you ever considered abandoning acting precisely because of the repercussion that your latest characters have had?
No… Let’s just say that the conflicts with my craft have always resided in my insecurities, not in the success of my jobs.

At this point, do you keep meeting people who don’t know who you are?
Of course I do, but I think that fame is such a lie and fleeting that it is not part of my concerns (laughs).

How do you handle the criticism and everything that is said about you?
It depends on the day… From Monday to Saturday I don’t care, on Sunday if I get screwed too (laughs).

‘Saturday’ is the first preview of what will be your first EP: ‘La noche’. What can you tell us about him? Why this title?
I’m very happy with the work that Gareta and I are doing with ‘La noche’. I really wanted to face a hooligan artistic event… The title refers to a journey to the place where anything can happen.

Who or what inspires you in each of your facets?
My inspiration always resides in small moments that my day-to-day offers me, almost always in some detail that in principle should not waste my time much but that I usually stretch until I see when it breaks.

Something that you always emphasize in your interviews is honesty. Do you think music or poetry is more honest than performance?
I believe that honesty resides in yourself, whatever you do.

What other qualities are essential for you? Do you fulfill them?
Well… I’m not a moralist (laughs).

I imagine that Pablo Gareta, your soul mate, brings them all together… how would you define Pablo so that people who don’t know him understand who he is and what he means to you?
Apart from being a professional like few others, he is one of the best people I have ever met.

You just shot ‘Tin & Tina’, with Milena Smit. How has it been to share filming with another of the most promising faces of our country?
She is an angel. That says it all…

What else does Jaime Lorente have on his hands? Where does he want to go?
Now I’ll try to get some rest. I need to feel like things.

Source : vanidad.es

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