Natalia Oreiro realized a photoshoot for Gente magazine at the Palace Sans Souci where the series “Santa Evita” was filmed. She talked to Gente for everything. “Where we are standing we shot most of my scenes in “Santa Evita”. And of course, I was walking here, I remember sitting talking with Darío Grandinetti, that Héctor Alterio peeked out from behind that door… And that there was Eva’s bed, who, already ill, advanced towards the balcony of the main floor”, the Montevidean imitates the movement. “Various frescoes and special memories”, she sighs, looking at the walls with French-influenced architecture erected in 1918.
Natalia Oreiro and Fernán Mirás were present at the exclusive preview of Cadena 3 at Cines Dino of “Casi muerta” (Almost dead). “It’s a comedy to have a good time, come with family, friends, have fun and be moved,” Oreiro told Geo Monteagudo, who presented the event. Mirás, meanwhile, spoke of the protagonist of his second film as director: “I love her as an actress and we wanted to do something together, she was a terrific character for her. It’s dramatic but it’s funny.”
Natalia Oreiro sat in Filo’s armchairs with Julio Leiva to chat about everything. Natalia Oreiro has always managed to win our hearts: from her participation as Xuxa’s paquita, through “Muñeca Brava”, to her interpretations of Gilda or Evita. In this unique interview, she spoke about her career, her uprooting, her first day in Argentina and the attack on AMIA, the possibility of being the daughter of the disappeared and much more.
If we go to the black box of your life, what is the moment that makes you the person you are today?: “As a girl I was much more sure of what I wanted. At that time I left high school, I left my boyfriend. .. my parents thought that I would run back in the week and I knew that I would not. Today I want time to breathe, to realize that it is necessary to stop, to enjoy the simple things. That which you forget in the maelstrom.”
Natalia Oreiro and Fernan Miras, the director of “Casi muerta” (Almost dead), the film that opens this Thursday throughout the country, reflect on the ties, the magic of the encounter and the importance of escaping solemnity when thinking about the end of life.