The Mexican actress Aislinn Derbez believes it is necessary to make social chaos visible in the absence of justiceespecially crimes against women, as stated in an interview on the occasion of the premiere of the series “Girls Night Out”.
“As a society we are still a bit in its infancy; it is not given the weight and justice that the victims deserve,” assures the 37-year-old artist.
This urgency to expose the chaos caused by the lack of justice was what led the Mexican actress to accept the leading role of “Girls Night Out”and “thriller” of six episodes in which five friends come together after the rape suffered by a young girl in a town in Spain.
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The story takes place just as the Spanish soccer team plays the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, a scenario that the actress considers “perfect”.
Accustomed to lighter stories, Derbez confesses that he was attracted to the complexity of the scriptwhich has many ethical questions about Justice. “I think it will make the viewer reflect a lot on the situation in which we live”said Derbez, to underline that it is a conversation “necessary” for everyone, not just for Mexico or Latin America.
The story of “Noche de giras” also brings with it themes such as machismo and revenge.
“Unfortunately we continue to live in a society with a lot of machismo and the series exposes that reality”, says Derbez. The actress adds that making this problem visible in entertainment “also helps us as a mirror to realize what society we live in and to what extent are we willing to continue promoting it or if we want to change it”.
He also sees it as important for the series to address the issue of revenge. And although he doesn’t agree with people taking the law into their own hands, Derbez believes that it is relevant to expose this moral dilemma on television.
Spanish actresses María León, Leticia Dolera, Silvia Alonso and Paula Usero They are also part of the crime drama, which will premiere on February 24 on the platform. ViX+.
Derbez assures that she feels lucky to share credits with the Spanish cast, from whom she says she has learned a lot. She points out that “Girls Night Out” he also scrutinizes the subject of friendship, something he considers essential in his life. “Nothing makes sense in life if you don’t have someone to share it with, if you don’t have those sincere and honest relationships“.
The Mexican artist does not rule out that the series has a second season.
Meanwhile, she says she is immersed in her podcast “The Magic of Chaos”, where for the first time he touched on sensitive topics, with guests that range from specialists in the issues to be discussed to public figures, and that he has already positioned in the first audience places in Mexico on Spotify.
Derbez has touched on sensitive topics about pregnancy and the risks that mothers face, and some related ones that have become taboo. In one of her most recent episodes, the actress revealed an intimate moment when she told that she lost a child she was expecting.
“I feel like a lot of women have gone through a loss, myself included, and we don’t say it”, reflects the artist in the episode. In the development of the podcast, Derbez found a great need to delve into the topics she deals with, which is why she is now offering online workshops for her listeners.
She has also boosted her career as a producer of her own television and film series, a field she wanted to venture into to be able to talk about the topics she likes. She doesn’t want to be waiting for the scripts, and that’s why she wants to produce songs that she “nurture and have a background”he concluded.
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