‘Adu’, the new Telecinco Cinema movie about the immigration drama hits theaters this Friday
- The The film tells the hard journey of immigrants who risk everything to achieve a better life.
- It stars a 7-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl who embodies her sister.
- “It has been a bit difficult to play the role” the little ones says, today very excited.
‘Adu’, the new Telecinco Cinema movie about the immigration drama, hits theaters this Friday. Based on a true story, the film tells the hard journey of immigrants who risk everything to achieve a better life. The main protagonist is Moustafá, a 7-year-old boy as endearing as the character he plays. In the city of Parakou, located north of Benin, west of Africa, today everyone wants to be like him. “They tell me they want to make movies with me,” he says.
The little actor, like the 13-year-old who plays her sister, played in the street when the film team found them. She was in another city, in Cotonou, the main city of Benin. They made them recite some sentences and from there they started the adventure together.
They had to learn everything from scratch and play very complicated parts. “It has been a bit difficult to play the role. I have learned that to be an actress you have to get into the skin of the character you want to play, ”she says, while the little one stresses that “it has been very difficult to cry ”.
However, nothing has been put forward. Both children have enjoyed the experience and conquered us with their màgic both inside and outside the cameras.