MADRID (EFE) .— Regardless of having shot the final scenes as Silene Oliveira, Úrsula Corberó is just not able to say goodbye to her Tokyo.
Along with her hand on her chest, over her coronary heart, she factors out the place the narrator of “La casa de papel” goes to remain, till she is able to let her go, if she ever is.
Final Friday the primary a part of the final season of the collection that has modified her life premiered on Netflix, each for her and the remainder of the actors within the pink jumpsuit and the Dalí masks. Or maybe particularly her, who has simply launched her first movie in Hollywood (“Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins”) and who within the pre-pandemic period didn’t cease packing.
Travels so much
How did your life change because of “La casa de papel”?
My life modified in some ways, I’m not going to idiot you. The nice factor is that my atmosphere stays the identical and I at all times attempt to keep out of it. Our work could be very intense and after we are filming it’s many hours and after we are doing promotions it’s a whole lot of dedication and time … I believe it is vitally good for me, to return to earth, to be with my household, with my boy, with my outdated associates… What has modified essentially the most is that I’m touring so much. Since what occurred to “La casa de papel” occurred internationally, earlier than the pandemic, that 12 months, he had traveled to 14 completely different nations in a single 12 months. And there I mentioned, that’s what adjustments your life.
Do you suppose the collection has marked a earlier than and after for tv made in Spain?
“La casa de papel” has helped us all to know and achieve confidence within the initiatives we do, to know that we’re additionally able to doing issues that earlier than perhaps solely People did. However I believe that has given us vanity throughout the trade, to understand and bear in mind that we’re able to doing unbelievable issues.
What does the collection must have gone to date and been essentially the most watched Spanish fiction in historical past, internationally?
It is extremely tough to know. It has nothing to do with a selected factor. There have been a number of elements and it’s one thing that we proceed to ask ourselves among the many actors, what might it have been? What has occurred is one thing that had not occurred earlier than and it has stunned us all so much (…) Alba Flores (who performs Nairobi within the collection) had an unbelievable idea, the speculation of soccer. It mentioned: What’s it that pulls folks essentially the most internationally? Soccer. And for those who notice that is like soccer as a result of there are two groups, additionally some wearing pink and others in blue (the policemen), there’s an anthem, which is the “Bella Ciao”, there’s a recreation technique, there’s politics inside There’s a referee, who can be the trainer… Immediately what he was saying about soccer made a whole lot of sense and it caught my consideration. It’s a combination of all the things, it additionally has to do with the characters, the folks have felt very recognized with that factor of creating them dream and making them really feel that they’ve a voice and energy.
How and the way a lot are you going to overlook Tokyo?
I’ve not needed to say goodbye to Tokyo. Someday I mentioned, “I am not qualified to say goodbye to Tokyo.” And it’s not crucial, as a result of if Tokyo is me, why not keep inside? And we stay collectively till I am able to let it go. In the intervening time she is right here, nonetheless (she says touching her coronary heart) and that is why I can not let you know if I miss her.
Moreover, these days profitable collection normally finish in a number of “spin-off” (spin-offs) …
Who is aware of, who is aware of … That may be nice too.