Mexico.- The mysterious illness of her little sister will make Nala (Paola Miguel) and his family travel to his grandmother’s house to find the cure…from there unexpected events are unleashed that the actor mauro gonzalez defined as the success ofThe evil eye” the new movie Issac Ezban.
In a telephone interview, the actor spoke about how this project came into his life, and how history gradually places the Mexican horror genre in a privileged position, just as it happened in the 1970s.
It is a horror genre film that leaves your expectations of how good we are in our country doing horror genre and fall into the hands of Isaac Ezban and Edgar San Juan as producer, how wonderful! especially with the history they have -in terror- because I am very happy and proud of the whole result”, he said.
Mauro is proud of the level reached by the film, which is about local legends of witches who feed on the blood of children to remain forever young.
“There is a very good quality of script, narrative… having been in this production, which I came to in a fortunate way, because I was included in the cast 3 weeks before filming; Casting came to me, final decision and I stayed as Pedro, ”he shared.
In the tape, Nala meets diabolical beings, and will be convinced that her grandmother could be a witch. Mauro spoke about the development of Pedro, a character full of light.
Pedro is a character full of light, even Nala’s character says so, Pedro and Abigail are characters of light. I questioned how I could bring the light, and I touched the darkest part of Pedro. It took me a little bit to put the machine into it to rediscover the light part, I asked myself to be generous, and give the dark part of Mauro to Pedro, and that’s where he went from honesty and generosity as an actor ”.
“Pedro” is an attractive, kind and hard-working boy. Pedro works in the house of Josefa (Ofelia Medina) as his right hand, he is the boyfriend of the cleaning girl, the two of them are a couple full of light and joy that contrasts with the energy of the owner of the house.
Nala, Josefa’s teenage granddaughter, comes to visit and is surprised and admires Pedro’s beauty and simplicity. However, at her grandmother’s house, even the slightest light contains darkness.
On what his personal balance is in terms of gender, Mauro commented that he is on the right track.
A couple of years ago I did a ‘Soldiers vs Zombies’ series that fell into that category. We are doing well and it is necessary for the public to receive a broader catalog, especially in this genre. This film has an implicit message of social criticism because it is Nala’s transition, she goes from being a girl to puberty and there is a mourning process every time there is a transition, ”she explained.
The tape is available in theaters from this September 22 in all theaters. The call was to support Mexican cinema.
“Go see it this Thursday, the first week is important and the cinema is made to be seen in the cinema. It is a return to the movie theater, it is a commitment to relive the cinema experience. The first week is the most important”, she concluded.