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September 08, 2021  Laurine Comments are off La Noche, Music, News, Photoshoot

Jaime Lorente is firmly committed to his musical career with a collection of songs in which he will discover his night owl side and which we will soon be able to enjoy live. The popular actor (15 million followers on Instagram), star of series such as La Casa de Papel, Elite or El Cid, has already revealed the first preview of what will be his debut EP: “La noche”.

Jaime’s interest in music comes from a very young age, listener to rap and urban music, and his friendship with producer Pablo Gareta (Natos y Waor, Toteking, …) with whom he has formed a great team, has been the trigger for the beginning of this project. “La noche” will show through five themes that nocturnal and dark part that we all have inside, which perhaps is difficult to recognize, but without which we could not also enjoy the days and the light.

This is only the first stage of a musical journey that will pass through different states of mind between hip hop, electronic and pop, and in which Jaime Lorente will have first-rate collaborators.

Source : themusicrepublic.es

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September 07, 2021  Laurine Comments are off Photoshoot, Web

La Casa de Papel was from the beginning such an exportable product — the Dalí masks worn by robbers, their aliases from international cities, the Hollywood rhythm of the storytelling — that it almost seems they had it all figured out. Except that if they had planned it it would not have turned out so well: there are shots that have to be improvised on the fly. The righteous aspect of the argument, a la Robin Hood, Ocean’s Eleven or Snatch, pigs and diamonds, caused the first readings of the phenomenon to be political. “The series makes a nod to the historical moment in which we are living, in which we all feel victims of a system that would only want our poverty”, Il Corriere della Sera analyzed. “An incitement to rebellion?” Asked Le Monde. The former mayor of Ankara asked the secret services to intervene in this “very dangerous symbol of rebellion”. Dalí masks proliferated on protesters against the Macri government in Argentina, on banknotes launched by Uruguayan anti-establishment artists, and at the Rio de Janeiro carnival. “The original name was going to be “Los Deshuciados”, because it spoke of people who were evicted and through [this robbery] they were looking for a new life”, says Lorente.

But the dimension of the phenomenon ended up dissipating any sociopolitical reading. That resounding debut thanks to Madrid-Atleti de la Champions was no accident: the potential audience for this series is the same as football, that is, practically anyone. His fans include Neymar, Romeo Santos, Chiara Ferragni, most likely ourselves and a good part of the members of our families. The popularity of La Casa de Papel has benefited from its blunt simplicity: La casa de papel is exactly the series it sounds like, one in which the leader of the band uses expressions such as “let’s mess it up” and in which the coffin from Nairobi (Alba Flores), murdered last season, had written “the whore loves”. A series that has inspired the largest escape room in Europe.

His feat has been treated in the same terms as that of a humble football team that nobody sees coming (the Dépor of the centennial, Ranieri’s Leicester in 2016), whose fans also support through badges, songs, tattoos and even a certain connection identity. There is a national pride towards the triumph of La Casa de Papel only comparable to that awakened by Nadal, Gasol or Belmonte. “It has the same elements as a football club”, says Jaime Lorente. “There is a coach, some players, a kit, an anthem, a color and some tactics”.

When the third season of La Casa de Papel aired, the first on Netflix, there was more talk about its international repercussion than about the characters. Nobody cared what La Casa de Papel meant. The colors are above their players: the star of LLa Casa de Papel is La Casa de Papel. “You are a kind of souvenir. And very cheap”, indicates Lorente regarding his role as part of the enormous gear. “You buy something at the supermarket and you want what’s inside the box. Success is more difficult to manage than failure, because failure is forgotten but success cannot be taken away even with turpentine”.

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“It’s that the premise of La Casa de Papel was already very extreme, if you accept that, anything will fit in with you”, Lorente explains. “The intention was always to make great entertainment to watch with popcorn and coke, not to wake up a revolution in Brazil”. Herrán believes that, as the screens have become small, it is the industry that has become too big: “It is consumed too much, there is too much supply and you have to distinguish yourself in something. And what are you doing? Take it all to the extreme. The perfect example is Elite, I have not seen it but everyone is telling me that this season is outrageous, that they have passed… But of course, if not, you have 10,000 identical products”.

Miguel Herran: I have spent three weeks throwing a grenade. It’s exhausting because I like to perform.
Jaime Lorente: That’s it. And there are days when you don’t feel like an actor.
M. H. Sure, you think, damn it, I’m a well-paid helper. I’m here without saying anything, doing nothing, feeling nothing, with the camera so screwed up that I don’t know if you’re really looking at me. Spending all my fucking energy to do the best I can. And there comes a moment of despair in the second week when you say, “Look man, I can’t take it anymore”. And then they tell you to hang on a bit, then your short [shot] comes. And you answer: “Sure, but why didn’t you do it a week ago!”
J. L. You are now empty.
M. H. You are completely empty.

And doesn’t one feel like a child playing hitting shots?
In fact, it is not enjoyed. Think of it as a weapon that weighs three and a half kilos, that you are pretending all the time because it doesn’t really shoot. And you don’t see anything.
J. L. Dust gets into your eyes, you cough, the effects clamp goes off and something explodes in your face.
M. H. You have a firecracker here, a splinter comes out …
J. L. It is that you go with fear sometimes. Do you remember that bottle that was behind you? It’s dangerous man, it’s dangerous.
M. H. And that firecracker they put you around here? [points to arm]
J. L. Yes, yes, it blew me up in a shot.

Could it be said then that they wanted to finish?
J. L. Yes, because the intensity that one lives in the filming of La casa de papel is very strong. It’s a 10 hour climax.
M. H. Of course, all the conflicts are so big, so fat, so intense, that one ends up in despair. Emotionally exhausted.

And how can something that has ended up being so great be closed in conditions?
J. L. Going back to the essence of the characters, which was what people fell in love with in the beginning, the characters. The war has come later.

Source : elpais.com

September 07, 2021  Laurine Comments are off Photoshoot, Web

Pedro Alonso, Jaime Lorente, Alvaro Morte and Alex Pina on saying goodbye to the beloved Netflix series.

No matter how near the end sits in view, it can still be hard to see it. For Jaime Lorente, he finally caught a glimpse of it on the last day of filming the final part of La Casa de Papel. He was on set in the Bank of Spain, and he and the other members of La Banda were playing out the final sequences of a heist that started as a robbery and descended into an all-out war. They were exhausted, wrapping at around 4 am, which was normal for the show’s months-long production. There was blood on their jumpsuits, but you’d never know it. In between takes, Lorente looked down at that now-iconic red jumpsuit, and then looked around at the other actors that he’d become so close to over the last five years. He pulled at the crimson cloth that covered him, and, one by one, they all did the same. ‘We had been wearing these red jumpsuits for so long, and then in that moment we realized that it was the last time we would wear them”, Lorente tells Esquire Middle East.

Lorente never knew that a simple jumpsuit and a Salvador Dalí mask would end up meaning so much to him, nor did the rest of them. Five years earlier, it was simply the costume chosen for a new heist show that would premiere on Spain’s second-most popular TV station. It aired in 15 episodes from May to November of 2017, and it made some rumblings in Spain, but its resonance was supposed to stop there. “There was a feeling of emptiness when we concluded. We had come to tell the story of robbery and we did it. It was hugely stressful to write those 15 episodes, 70 minutes long each, and shoot them in 5-6 months. In the end, I had a certain feeling of relief because I had never written or shot so fast”, says the show’s creator Alex Pina. “We were very young, we had no money, and we had to shoot twice as many constant days, so while it was a relief to finish it, we felt that we had done something good. We felt it had contributed to the genre, blending the North American branch of the genre and the Anglo-Saxon literature of the perfect robbery, creating a hybrid with black comedy with romanticism, and then suddenly it was over”.

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It is often hard to say goodbye. For Lorente, he couldn’t bring himself to say it at all. “It’s something you just can’t do, right? It’s hard to even fathom of the implications of saying goodbye to something that is so big. Until you say goodbye, you don’t realize that there are some of your co-actors that you will never talk to again or maybe never see again. So, for me, it’s not really over until you say goodbye. That’s why I don’t plan to say it”, says Lorente. Whether or not he’s ready to let go, Lorente is ready to admit one thing—this show changed his life, as surely it changed many others. “On a personal level, on a professional level, my life is completely different now. And it’s all because of this show. I think that many of the things I do have been made possible by this show. I would have possibly had a much more normal life if it wasn’t for this. If you spend one day with me, you will realize how much this show has changed the person I am, for the better. I’m so grateful for what it has given me, and given all of us”.

Lorente is not ready to say goodbye. But perhaps, in its stead, he can muster one final refrain:

Bella, ciao.

Source : esquireme.com

August 26, 2021  Laurine Comments are off Bvlgari, Campaign, Photoshoot

July 31, 2021  Laurine Comments are off News, Photoshoot, Tin y Tina

Filming begins on Tin & Tina, the world premiere of Rubin Stein’s feature film with which he will adapt his acclaimed short Tin & Tina (2013), nominated for the Golden Méliès for the best European fantastic short film and winner of more than thirty awards international.

The film will present us with a psychological horror story in which two orphaned twin brothers, raised in a strict convent, are adopted by a young couple.

“It is, at its core, a mystery movie,” Stein remarks. And there is nothing more mysterious than the mind of a child. Children live in their own real world with their own rules and beliefs. Trying to understand their actions and intentions can be very difficult at times. For this reason, I have always loved movies about enigmatic children. My goal as a director is that the viewer, when leaving the cinema, has the feeling of having experienced an original, unique, sometimes funny and sometimes terrifying journey to a Spain of the past that reverberates in the present through childhood, the family, religion and the limits of good and evil”.

Milena Smit (No Matarás, Madres paralelas) and Jaime Lorente (La Casa de Papel, El Cid) will be the protagonists of a story that also includes Carlos González Morollón (Padre no hay más que uno) and Anastasia Achikhmina (El Ministerio del Tiempo). In addition, it has the special collaboration of Teresa Rabal.

“I have seldom enjoyed the screenwriting process and film development as much as I did with Tin & Tina.And this has not been accidental. Everything is the work of Rubin”, says the producer, Olmo Figueredo. “He has an innate ability to make you feel that you are a real part of the project, that you contribute at all levels, but at the same time he always manages to take it to a personal level and consistent with his style. I think that is the reason that he has made names of the stature of Milena Smit and Jaime Lorente join the project. I have no doubt that the film is going to surprise a lot and that the name of Rubin Stein is going to sound a lot (and for the better) in the coming years”.

Stein, whom Variety magazine defined as “one of the 10 emerging Spanish filmmakers to follow closely”, will thus bring to theaters the first story of his trilogy of black and white suspense shorts Luz & Oscuridad, which continued with Nerón (2016) and Bailaora (2018).

With seven weeks of filming ahead in Seville, Tin & Tina is a production by Olmo Figueredo González-Quevedo for La Claqueta PC and Tin & Tina La Pelicula AIE, in co-production with Miami Film Gate, with executive production by Paola Sainz de Baranda, with the participation of Canal Sur Radio and Television, with the support of ICAA and the Andalusian Agency of Cultural Institutions and with the collaboration of Latido Films. Filmax will distribute the film nationally.

Source : fotogramas.es

July 18, 2021  Laurine Comments are off Photoshoot

July 09, 2021  Laurine Comments are off Advertisment, Campaign, G'Vine, News, Photoshoot

The elegant and unique character of G’Vine aligns with the rebellious creativity of Jaime Lorente in an unprecedented collaboration. G’Vine pays tribute to his nature with its new campaign The Art of Living, which for the first time shows Jaime Lorente in his most personal creative side as the new brand ambassador for French gin.

July 2021 – G’Vine together with Jaime Lorente challenges us in an innovative and rogue way to discover L’art de vivre, implicit in the brand’s DNA. The campaign is a tribute to life, an opportunity to learn to enjoy each moment and create new memories by experiencing experiences every day as if it were the first time. In this campaign, G’Vine addresses all those restless people who are not satisfied with what they have, those who want to go further, surpassing their own limits, risking living and drinking life in sips. In this most provocative and unapologetic expression of the brand, G’Vine challenges us to laugh out loud, to beat and experiment, enjoy, feel and live.

Jaime Lorente, with a spectacular international career behind him in successful series such as El Cid, La Casa de Papel or Elite, has also explored different creative disciplines such as writing, with the publication of his first book “A purpose of your mouth” , or his recent foray into the musical world. This inexhaustible source of creativity and the search for new goals, perfectly reflects the brand values ​​in this new campaign. The savoir faire of this historic Maison and its search for excellence is combined with the more daring and urban character of Jaime Lorente to show the most inspiring side of ‘The Art of Living’.

The filming of the campaign was carried out in Le Tavernier, a new enclave of dreams located on the roof of the INNSiDE by Meliá hotel in the middle of Gran Vía street in Madrid. A true oasis of 500 square meters that invites in an inspiring way to toast and share.

Ricard Abadias, Marketing Director ICON Spirits (distributor of the brand) points out: “This campaign is an Ode to life, a reminder, after the difficult situation that we have all experienced in recent months, of the pleasures of life, of how squeeze every second, and who better to convey this message than Jaime Lorente and his ‘Art of Living’. G’Vine and Jaime represent the perfect union between an unconventional character, and at the same time extremely elegant “.

G’Vine is the definition of a quality gin, unique and original, which owes its character to its own exceptional nature. This grape-based gin that is made in France broke with all the regulations established in the sector, including for the first time the grape flower as a base for its elaboration. With G’Vine there are no limits when creating, its extraordinary nature conquers by its avant-garde, audacious and original character. In this search for uniqueness comes this extraordinary collaboration that perpetuates their rebellious spirit and ushers in a new chapter in the history of the brand.

Source : cocteleriacreativa.com

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