He stopped before they forced him to stop. And he also knew what would happen because his brother lives near Wuhan (China). Najwa Nimri (Pamplona, 1972) has been without wifi for days, without television. “We are with music and working our heads.” The actress and singer-songwriter had already left Madrid when the alarm was announced. Despite the coverage issues, he turned on the phone this Wednesday while cooking baked apples. A few days ago he decided to shave his head behind and revolutionized the nets a bit. She is Inspector Alicia Sierra at The paper house.
Question. All right? Where is it
Answer. All right. I’m in the mountains. In the mountains, in Spain. Accompanied, with friends, the couple and the dog. He grabbed me when I had everything planned. It didn’t come to me again. By the time everything happened he had already decided to stop.
P. His prison experience of Vis to vis is it good for you these days?
R. I am not in prison, I am in a rural setting, but with clear orders not to be able to leave. I know this feeling, it is strange, but in this case it is for a good common purpose. But those phrases of state of alarm, state of emergency, these phrases resonate quite alarmingly in us. And to the one who doesn’t resonate like that, he’s basically asleep. It’s not nice. It doesn’t matter if you have a privileged space because you know that the rest of the planet is confined to 60-meter apartments.
P. The paper house it has been a balm for some during these closing days. How do you get the viewer to empathize with the bad and not the good?
R. Alicia and Gandía are clearly the bad guys, because the way they are important and the way they teach is less violent, nerd, a conscience. It seems normal for me to sympathize with him. In my case, I try to build a character with all the edges, there are people with a predominance of the dark side and in others the light, everyone has all the colors and what I like is to gradually remove the colors. . I spend a lot of time on it, I’m very disciplined when I architecturally build a character. I spend many hours there and then I stick to it. Alicia is not my prototype woman, but I understand that in this explosive energy there is something that easily hooks. It’s really fun to watch, though I don’t know if it’s really fun to live.
P. She is surprised that The paper house has the teen audience been hooked?
R. No, strangely all the characters I work with have a pretty childlike sense of humor, and I, in the humor of myself, are quite childish. I have a good time, people get it and they laugh with the characters no matter how bad they are. They have a great time with her.
P. How many more berths you can withstand The paper house?
R. I hope few. I will try to paste them because it is Alicia Sierra’s job. Season four ends with a checkmate.
P. Which bank will we need to dock in when we get out of this pandemic?
R. Surely they will monitor us until the end. The countdown to the new world begins, which is surely a step closer to the old one. We have already been buying it and in a little while it will be more outrageous. What I am less concerned about is the money some of us will have or how we will recover because people who are in deplorable condition will not be able to breathe and the door will be closed insultingly. We will have better and worse times, but not others living in refugee camps and elsewhere in the world. We will get out of this because we have humor.