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Luc Besson and Cara Delevingne promoted “Valerian” in Mexico

Humberto Montoya O.
Mexico City
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The premiere of the film will be this weekend

The French film director Luc Besson, accompanied by the protagonists of the film Valerian, Cara Delevingne and Dane DeHaan, offered a press conference to present their film in Mexico.

When introducing himself to the public, Besson asked that those present allowed them to see their faces and lower their cell phones. He was followed by model Cara Delevingne who said: "We want to see your beautiful faces."

When asked about what can people expect from the film, actor Dane DeHaan said: "I think my mind does not go as far as it does Luc Besson's. When I read the script for the first time all the visuals were a little overwhelming and, at the same time, all the visual, the aliens, the effects were all dense; there were times when I could not identify myself with the worlds, so I had to turn to Luc to explain me. I think he had to do it about twenty times and I still do not get all of it."

Cara Delevingne, who defined the film as epic, a piece to take your breath away and as a roller coaster, expressed her joy at being part of this project: "In every movie I make, I feel that I learn a lot from the incredible directors and actors with whom I work, look at the two that are sitting next to me. I am like a child and I become a sponge ... I have never felt that I had honored a character as I did in this one. I just realize all the work I can do when I am totally focused."

Relaxed, in a good mood and smiling, they agreed to answer some questions from the national and international press that met at a hotel located in Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City.

Besson, director of other films such as The Fifth Element, stressed the importance of supporting national cinema.


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