Daphne Bozaski talks about references for Lupita

Daphne Bozaski talks about references for Lupita
Daphne Bozaski talks about references for Lupita
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In a chat with the press, in which Splash was present, Daphne said that she watched films by Spanish author Pedro Almodóvar to compose the character. “They are colorful films and have eccentric women, who love, cry and suffer. Those very crazy and fun stories.”

However, without a doubt, the biggest reference was the Mexican actress and singer Thalía, of whom the character says she is a fan, and Mexican soap operas. “I followed it when I was a child. It’s in my imagination, but upon reviewing it, I noticed the lack of resources and how wonderful human creativity is. How powerful we are and how we can do it. I saw a lot of ‘Maria do Bairro’. There’s a phrase from Lupitawhat is ‘you are you‘, just like Maria do Bairro.”

We are in a world of liquid relationships. It’s so difficult to give in to a real passion and not be afraid. [A Lupita] It has allowed me to live very intensely. In each scene, I’m not afraid to play myself and these references to Mexican soap operas were very good. And I started to see it as an audience. I want to know what will happen, because they are very good stereotypes that work for the public… I’m drinking so much from Thalía’s interviews, how she gave herself on stage, the songs. It’s very beautiful.
Daphne Bozaski

Lupita (Daphne Bozaski) in ‘Family Is Everything’ Image: Disclosure/Globo

Lupita is overflowing

We looked for a lot of references from Guatemala, but without it needing to be something so characteristic. Lupita says she likes to mix everything up. Everyone says: ‘what a beautiful skirt’, ‘I loved those glasses’ or ‘I loved that nail polish’. The problem is that she uses everything together, she doesn’t dose much. She likes to customize her clothes, brings the culture of embroidery, knitting and braiding. It has a Mexican thing, because Guatemala is next to Mexico. The references are well intertwined. Lupita is solar, she has self-esteem. But she’s clumsy. She is the excess, she is the overflow.
Daphne Bozaski

The article is in Portuguese

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