Natalia Oreiro Eva Duarte plays in Santa Evitaseries that adapted the synoptic novel Thomas Eloy Martinez what else can be seen From this Tuesday on Star+ platformThe date that marks the 70th anniversary of the death of the Peronist leader.
For Uruguayan actress, Eva She is “the definitive female character in Argentine and Latin American history.”
“Many years passed before I was encouraged to interpret it. It’s the dream figure that any actress would want to do, but in my personal case I was not encouraged, because I felt that my role as an actress Don’t have the equipment. Or maybe to do it as a woman,” he admitted. Oreiro held talks with Telum Agency for the launch of production.
have imagination Directed by Rodrigo García and Alejandro Mackie, and screenplay by Marcella Gurti and Pamela Rementeria.
The plot of the series, based on a 1995 novel published by Martínez, draws a parallel between Eva’s political rise and the embalming of her body by Spanish doctor Pedro Ara, as well as her subsequent abduction at the hands of the actual government. Peronism was overthrown in 1955.
Juan Domingo Perón’s decision to immortalize his wife through this controversial medical procedure, for 16 years, spelled a tragic future for Evita’s remains.
Passion, love, hate and fear run through the entire story, which is imagined quite like a novel.
,There was a casting, so I had to explain to them, it wasn’t the other way around, When they called me I thought it was a good time to see if there was something in my energy or my composition that could shake the directors, that they see Eva in me, and it’s like yeah, something happened, But when I stopped I got scared”, said Oreiro about his choice for the lead role.
For her, Eva is “the definitive female character in Argentine and Latin American history, someone who is in the hearts of millions of Argentine men and women, and I had to put in a lot of bodies for her. The incarnation of someone who existed is something complicated, and one wants to do it with great respect and a lot of truth.,
In the interview, the actress said that “I decided not to copy him, I made an explanation, and I had the help of many people, from the Evita Museum, who opened and gave me a lot of unknown material, and of course the whole team. It was months of searching and sometimes frustration, thinking that I was not going to be able to do it”.
When asked about the authors’ decision to recover the story of the novels Santa Evista and Duterte from a gender perspective, Natalia replied: “I think it’s very current, this manipulation of a woman’s body was always terrifying, at any time, but from view Today it is tremendous that produces a woman with a voice, independent, with vitality, with vigor. Those who are still dead are still afraid. Everything that happened inspired me, and those were very difficult moments to act, because I’m a woman before I was an actress, and I went through all that harassment. Men manipulate their judgment, and even that of their own partner, which she wanted to do, so that her people would not forget her, she is doing something tremendous in the end. You see how politics and men still hold her deadSomething that continues to this day, as they continue to seize their views or distort their story depending on who tells it.
saint avoid Stars Natalia Oreiro, Ernesto Alterio, Dario Grandinetti, Diego Velázquez, Diego Cremonesi and Francesc Orella.
The production comprises seven chapters which will be available on Star+ platform from this Tuesday