By MCN Editor editor@moviecitynews.com

“We started with a lot of details—what would be on the table where they eat, or what the children would be playing with in free time. From that, we would build everything up. It was a delicious process. What was beautiful was that from the moment we started to talk, Alfonso had made an exercise of memory for a long time, so he had a lot of strength in that muscle. But then after the conversations that he had with his family, those memories got stronger, and changed and evolved.”

“We started with a lot of details—what would be on the table where they eat, or what the children would be playing with in free time. From that, we would  build everything up. It was a delicious process. What was beautiful was that from the moment we started to talk, Alfonso had made an exercise of memory for a long time, so he had a lot of strength in that muscle. But then after the conversations that he had with his family, those memories got stronger, and changed and evolved.”

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