Robert De Niro enjoys Mexico while presenting “The Irishman”

The renowned actor paraded through the red carpet of the contest with Mexican cinematographer and producer Rodrigo Prieto and Gastón Pavlovich

The American actor Robert De Niro enjoys his stay in Mexico, where he presented his recent film ” The Irish “, which he said is a reunion with his friends Al Pacino and director Martin Scorsese.

The actor, who presented the film in the framework of the International Festival of Los Cabos, explained his enthusiasm for this work, which has caused great expectation, but also made him live incredible things during its realization.

With a deep look and a serious gesture, the actor acknowledged that he was happy to return to work with Martin Scorsese, a film legend, “wonderful what is happening and what will be seen in this exquisite story.”

The renowned actor paraded through the red carpet of the contest with Mexican cinematographer and producer Rodrigo Prieto and Gastón Pavlovich, accomplices of this adventure that will arrive later this month to a streaming platform.

While Rodrigo Prieto as a cinematographer recognized that works like “The Irish” fill him with experience and make him take on new challenges, in addition to working with film legends like Martín Scorsese are always interesting. “

Minutes later, the actor went to the interior of the premises, Cultural Pavilion of the Republic, to present his recent film, whose story focuses on a murdered assassin, where he is seen from several optics thus removing the salvage of his person.

Thank you for being here is a special night for me; Thank you for the warm welcome and for acknowledging my work, ”said the American on an evening that marked the beginning of the activities of the eighth edition of the Los Cabos International Film Festival.

During this gala, Yalitzia Aparicio was also present, who received recognition of her altruistic work as part of the “Fantastic Women” initiative, which aims to make visible the participation of women in the field of audiovisuals.

Chilean Daniela Vega was in charge of delivering the distinction, which recognizes the work of the Oaxaca for the defense of women’s rights, as well as their participation in different initiatives.

Source: excelsior

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