Before premiering her new movie “Casi muerta”, Natalia Oreiro gave an interview to magazine “Ohlala” where she talked about the success, the creative maturity an how she lives now away from the city and more close that ever to her own convictions.

I have someting very Uruguayan and at the same time I have something very Argentinean. Uruguay is my cradle. I arrive to Uruguay and I feel th different air. It clearly lowers me. It’s my origin, my parents, my school, the El Cerro”, she said. “At the same time, there is something that I love from Argentina and with which I feel more identified, that we are more chaotic”, she said. “It happened to me when I reached here where I said: “Thi is the craziness I want””.

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