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"I consider it a work-of-art, the scenery and lighting."

The halfway point of the El Ejido Theater Festival is reached with "The Co-Pilot Syndrome", directed by Vanessa Montfort.

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"I consider it a work-of-art, the scenery and lighting."

The halfway point of the El Ejido Theater Festival is reached with "The Co-Pilot Syndrome", directed by Vanessa Montfort. This show promises to make people think about human relationships and allow them to make their own decisions. Marina, played by Cuca Escribano is a woman who finds herself alone on a boat in the middle the Mediterranean. Oscar plays the role of Oscar.

Marina must fulfill her last wish and cross the Strait to throw her husband's ashes into Tangier.

-He is called El Syndrome del Copilot. How can you bring a ghost back to life?

It's not a ghost, but you can think of it that way. You can't be an entity, but the things you experience must be true. Being a ghost allows you to create the elements around the journey. The creator of all that appears from behind is he, but what is most important is Marina's relationship with her deceased husband. It is important to forget about the ghost, and just let it happen to you.

Have you ever wished you could know what your friends think?

- Oh no! What's the matter? It's not true. Because I don't care about what others may think. It is something that can limit us when we are attempting to act. We often act according to how we want others to see us, rather than how we feel. One can't change what they think about him if they are already aware of it. It could also be that you didn't care. However, I don't think I need that information if the way they see one isn't going to be changed.

Eight days on a sailboat. Marina realizes she has lived Oscar's entire life.

-Marina doesn't live the life Oscar lived, but she is co-pilot Oscar's. This is even more tragic, as it means that you are 100% at the service and not living the life. Marina crosses the river for the first time. She is also the co-pilot of Oscar's life, although she has always accompanied Oscar to the boat.

Have you ever felt this way? Or do you feel more like Oscar.

In my case, I must say that I believe I was quite the captain of the life journey. However, it is also true that I have made certain decisions that were not based 100% on what I wanted or required, but rather on how the profession (a casting director or director) saw me. I feel proud that I am making more decisions that are based on what makes my happy, personal and professional. It has been something I have fought for for many years, as I learned in therapy.

It is fiction, but it has a lot of reality to what it refers...

It is a fact in many fundamental aspects of life. Both the novel and the theatrical text contain phrases that you can write down and keep on your bedside table. "Neither making a decision nor making an important one is making a mistake." A phrase I love is "The pessimist complains of the wind, the optimist hopes that it will change, and the realist adjusts its sails". It makes you think deeply about everyday life and it is very fascinating.

Does it make us think?

Without a doubt. It is not just for women, and it isn't only for women of a certain ages like Marina's. But it can be applied to any kind of human relationship, whether it be friendship, couple, or to the decisions that we make to please our families.

Are there still too many Marinas in real life?

Marinas y Marinos: I think so. Society invites us all to follow a model and a canon in all aspects of life, not just in beauty but also in thinking, acting, and fear. This work is about letting go of what is not in our control and allowing us to make our own decisions.

Let's start with the scenery. It is very simple but also difficult to understand.

The scenery is difficult. It's both the scenery as well as the lighting is a work. It's a complete success. One is actually shocked when the curtain raises to reveal what he sees because he actually sees the ship sailing on the ocean. It is difficult for us to perform the function within that nutshell, our Peter Pan sailboat. Because it is constantly moving, sometimes at height, raised off the ground with a large oscillation, and, in the case my character, very tired, it is quite complex. It is fun and very pleasant.

It is exciting work.

It's exciting and a beautiful journey for both the characters. You reflect on everything every step. My character has a very powerful monologue, that is well-described. This is the moment I said yes to Vanessa Montfort before I finished the play.

-Where do your immediate goals lie?

There are many fronts at the moment. "100 Days with Tata", which is my most important professional project and personal project, continues to bring me joy, recognition, awards, nominations, and awards. It's now in theaters. Soon, I will be able announce on which other platform it will appear so that you can continue to enjoy it. This week, the premiere of "En Otro Lugar", a comedy by Jesus del Cerro, is also happening. 'Daddy Daughter Trip', an American comedy directed this year by Rob Schneider, will also premiere this year. I'm currently filming a Netflix movie and another series called 'Bose,' in which I play Julio Iglesias. I don't slow down for a second. But the most important thing to me is to stay healthy so that I can keep up with the dizzying pace of my work.

-A message to the Theater Festival audience...

I'm looking forward to it. It will be an unforgettable trip. It will be hard for them to see a staging that is as beautiful, magical, and suggestive as ours. I know they will love it just as much as I do. El Ejido is a favorite of mine. I was privileged to be able to present the Presentation Gala of the Theater Festival a few years back, which was amazing. I also had the chance to eat dinner at a Michelin-Star Restaurant. It's wonderful to be able both to work and enjoy a great gastronomic experience.

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