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Exclusive, how was your first day of filming in Argentina

Exclusive, how was your first day of filming in Argentina

There were approximately twelve uninterrupted hours of filming Robert De Niro, It was her first day on the sets of Anycomedy series directed by gaston duprata You Mariano Kohnoand which stars louis brandoni with actor The Godfather Part II, cape of fear, Sharpshooter You my girlfriend’s family,

Yesterday, Monday, May 2, was the first day of shooting for Robert De Niro. The actors arrived on time at the mansion in the Congreso neighborhood, on Matthew Street, at the corner of Rivadavia Avenue. The location would be the house where Vincent (De Niro) initially lived during his stay in Buenos Aires, but it would also belong to the character played by Luis Brandoni (Manuel).

The scenes actually shot there, in a mansion that belongs to an Argentine artist and architect, and over a long day, which lasted about 12 hours, De Niro and Brandoni were almost perfect heroes. And the character he played also intervened Sylvia KutikaA former partner of Manuel.

Yesterday, Monday, he filmed with Luis Brandoni and Sylvia Kutica.  photo file clarin

Yesterday, Monday, he filmed with Luis Brandoni and Sylvia Kutica. photo file clarin

actors of wild bull You taxi driver He arrived around 7 in the morning, a routine that is very likely to be repeated During all this, his first week of filming.

De Niro’s beard was neat, as does his role of an iconic and somewhat bohemian writer. He shot so many different scenes – which would appear in different episodes – that he appeared wearing a very handsome jacket, along with pajamas and a robe.

De Niro arrived on time on the filming set in the neighborhood of Congresso.  With the directors and with Brandoni he speaks in Italian.  ap photo

De Niro arrived on time on the filming set in the neighborhood of Congresso. With the directors and with Brandoni he speaks in Italian. ap photo

your character speaks a mix of languages: He does it in English, in Spanish, and even in Italian. De Niro explicitly asked to do some of his parts in Spanish, and when he speaks with the directors, Mariano Cohn and Gaston Duprat, and his friend Luis Brandoni, he usually does so in Italian.

zero division

De Niro is treating all the characters like a professional, and zero division, to the extent that it’s awkward on set shooting that he’s so open and permissive, for example, that he has to repeat, something that others Famous Argentine actors don’t usually don’t like it at all.

The New Yorker did not come with his own security men, but the Argentine production assigned him to surveillance agents who accompanied the actor. Irish And they do not leave him alone even for a moment. He likes to insult in Spanish, “Argentina”, and tomorrow he asks the exact meaning of each of the bad words.

De Niro visited the National Museum of Fine Arts on Sunday to see art from Argentina.  But they will not film there.  Go ahead, Brandon.  photo rsphoto

De Niro visited the National Museum of Fine Arts on Sunday to see art from Argentina. But they will not film there. Go ahead, Brandon. photo rsphoto

Along with De Niro is his former agent, Manny—Emanuel Nez—a Cuban who has lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina for 50 years, and who was an agent for Steven Spielberg, Tom Cruise, Michael Mann, and Ral Rizzo.

Chorizo ​​with Steak and Flan Dessert

Not only this, during the filming break for lunch, he did not go alone, but shared the table with the technical and production team. And she ate it just like them: chorizo ​​steak with various salads and, for dessert, flan with dulce de leche.

In total, yesterday there were about 120 people among members of the technical, production and actor teams, and those from the Disney-series will also be broadcast in Argentina by Star+- and production company Metrovisión.

With Jeremy Irons, when he was in Iguazu to shoot "The Mission".  photo file clarin

With Jeremy Irons, when he was in Iguazu to shoot “The Mission”. photo file clarin

To get an idea of ​​the size of the production, it is being shot with four cameras.

The brilliant visitor really loves Argentina, and especially Buenos Aires. The owner of several restaurants in different cities around the world, not only in the United States, he really likes Buenos Aires food: he has a weakness for horse-riding chorizo ​​steak, hence the choice of Monday’s menu. and series Any Portena talks about gastronomy precisely: Manuel is a culinary critic who had a moment of splendor, and is now somewhat downplayed.

The screenwriters, Cohn, Duprat and Emanuel Diaz, may have been inspired by renowned gastronomic critics Miguel Brasco and Gato Dumas to recreate some aspects of Manuel.

In 2008, at the exhibition dedicated to the work of his father, Robert De Niro Sr., in Bilbao with "Bust on a table with a yellow chair".  photo efe

In 2008, at the exhibition dedicated to the work of his father, Robert De Niro Sr., in Bilbao with “Bust on a table with a yellow chair”. photo efe

The reason you came to the MNBA

On Sunday, a day after arriving in Buenos Aires on a private plane, Robert De Niro was asked to see works of Argentine art. That’s why it was seen at the National Museum of Fine Arts on Avenida del Libertador, which would not be a filming location. He was not even rehearsing there.

The father of the actor of the same name was a painter and he loved him dearly. Robert De Niro Sr. would have turned 100 today, May 3, if he had not died on May 3, 1993, the day he turned 71, of prostate cancer.

Robert recently honored him in a documentary, In memory of the artist Robert De Niro Sr., only 40 minutes. In it, the actor honors his father by reading his letters and intimate diaries, which reveal the artist’s professional and personal battles. It is from 2013 and was produced by HBO.

What movie are you doing today?

It is not yet known when the scenes will be shot with Enrique Pinero, who has made headlines these days for piloting his Boeing 787 on a solidarity mission to evacuate refugees from Ukraine. His role is that of a dealer.

For today, Tuesday, May 3, shooting plans indicate that scenes will be filmed at the somewhat dilapidated Grille, located approximately twenty blocks from where they were yesterday, Monday, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood. It is that Manuel and Vincent, as we have already mentioned, usually walk and eat, walk and eat: they tread the city on foot.

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