A horror movie shot in a legendary mining town is now in theaters
Camila Sodi defines herself as a superstitious woman and a fan of Mexican traditions, such as “Day of the Dead”, “I like to raise my altar, remember those who have left, and I believe in the duality environment of energy, she commented.
In the filming of El exorcismo de Carmen Farías, he followed his own tradition, “During the filming, someone gave me a little quartz and they told me:’Put it in the bag just in case’, because if something strange happens Has changed.
Sodi played the leading role in this horror movie, and she was the first movie of the genre. 50% of the protagonist in the movie is a person. I think this is very interesting.”
The 34-year-old actress premiered the film El exorcismo de Carmen Farías, in which she experienced a real horror. This city is very different from the countryside. In this house, we hear noises, children’s giggles, we feel scared, someone’s hair or hands are pulled, I think it’s part of making a horror movie,” He commented.
His co-star Juan Pablo Castañeda (Juan Pablo Castañeda) added: “We went to the real place to shoot the movie, which is very interesting because they are ancient people with strong and dense energy. , Its production value has made this movie a lot more exciting.”
He added: “It is very important for me that there are a variety of Mexican films in the theater, what our audience deserves, and our industry has the ability to carry out different projects. It is very worthwhile. Then I discovered how the team works. Camilla is there. The photography was done by Carolina Acosta, so all the works of the team and Harvey Rubio are perfect.
About the movie
*Horror movie directed by Rodrigo Fiallega (Rodrigo Fiallega)
*This movie was shot in the town of “El Oro” in the state of Mexico
*They filmed at this place for 6 weeks
*The producers are: Molo Alcocer Délano, Javier González-Rubio and Enrique Latapí Silva
*The tape lasts for 93 minutes.