‘I can’t pass my hand to her head’, says Mariana Ximenes about the villain of ‘Perfect Love’

*Archive* SÃO PAULO, SP, 10.26.2022 – To actress Mariana Ximenes. (Photo: Mathilde Missioneiro/Folhapress)

RIO DE JANEIRO, RJ (FOLHAPRESS) – If you don’t have a professional commitment, Mariana Ximenes, 41, had a certain destiny at the last terça-feira (14). “Today is Marielle’s day,” she says, marking the five-year anniversary of the murderer of the Rio de Janeiro veradora Marielle Franco and the motorist Anderson Gomes, who was marked for acts demanding a complete elucidation of the case. “If you don’t have to be here, she would be here,” he comments to Atriz.

However, on that date she was also chosen by Globo to present the novel “Perfect Love” to the press, which premiered at the second fair (20) at 6:00 p.m., substituting “Mar do Sertão”, and Mariana needed to be available to speak with journalists . Na pauta, her newest character, the villain Gilda, who is going to infernize the life of the young Marê, lived by Camila Queiroz in the plot.

In the plot created by Júlio Fischer and Duca Rachid, Gilda is an ambitious and sneaky woman who marries Leonel (Paulo Gorgulho), Marê’s father. Of old fortune, give an ex-prostitute a weapon so that Enteada is accused of the death of her own pai and goes on to command the family businesses.

In the middle of Women’s Month, Mariana affirms that the rivalry between the two characters does not hope for the relationship between the protagonists behind the scenes. “Between us and Camila is only love,” she says. “People work a lot, we have many dinners together and an important cénico game, so we’re stuck. I’m loving working with her, more like she’s tall, right? Now, she’s very pretty —people never get tired of smelling— and a love, So it’s a delight to trade with her.”

Now, of course, distilling evil at dinner, she confesses that it has been fun. “Vilã é semper a delight for an actress because she has many litters”, she says. “Gilda has no character and no morals. She exceeds all limits to achieve what she wants. She does terrifying things.”

Mariana says that there are not these actors who defend their characters with nails and teeth when they are out of the recordings. Even though she understands his actions, she doesn’t agree with most of them. “Even though she has a complicated past, it doesn’t justify you doing evil just because you have an ordinary life, nothing justifies it… So, I can’t go hand in hand with Gilda’s head,” she sums up.

Ela defines a character as an “absurd villain” and “de tintas fortes”, which could be in the pages of a story in quadrinhos. The composition, she says, is very different from the faith for her first villain of hers, the iconic Clara from “Passione” (2010-2011). “Today, I’m more mature, but I learned a lot about this novel. Clara has a tom that is more realistic, here the story is more fictional as well.”

Asked if she fears a public reaction, as it used to happen in the past —with actors being bullied or physically attacked on the streets—, she says that she is prepared for any type of reaction. “I can see that I’m fervent,” she jumps. “If you see, it’s all true, wider than, today, with the social networks, you disassociate a little more from your image of the personage.”

With more than 4.5 million followers, Mariana uses the networks to divide her daily cuts, glamorous parties and advertising campaigns for prestigious brands into the image where she appears less produced, with a washed face and in the middle of nature. They are interspersed with funny behind-the-scenes moments from the current novel and with references to two previous works.

I fear a lot, viu? Despite being a young girl, the actress completes 25 years of career in May. “As times, I tied the phallus: ‘Meu Deus, quanto tempo!’. But we are there”, she jumps. Her debut was like the expected Emília from “Fascinação” (1998), by SBT. By chance, it is a plot that passed in the 1930s, the same period in which the new novel began —it will be in two phases, being the second in the 1940s.

Despite having several feitos, Mariana says she has no fetish for vintage daddies. “I like it, but it depends on the story,” she explains. “That story now was one that I wanted very much to help tell. This thing of period plots traced with itself a world that people do not live, so people can do it according to our imagination, with two authors and with one of the entire team that composes the work.”

Recently, however, she lives a character of the time that existed de facto, the Countess of Barral from the novel “Nos Tempos do Imperador” (2021-2022). “There we have real characters, like Dom Pedro 2º and my own character. It was a very interesting story because it permeated the history of Brazil, but in some way it also had a fictional side. But, in ‘Perfect Love’, it is just fantasy itself .”

Atriz avoids comparing the experiences and says that “every process is a process.” “For more than 24 years of my career, I have always thought that each novel is an adventure and a different journey,” she affirms. “Every year, I’m doing an evaluation of what happened and two projects that are coming up, and likewise I’m going to build a career.”

Even with the experience accumulated in 15 novels, without counting films, series and specials, the actress says that, with each new job, this is how she feels starting all over again. “A battle is never winning, so it’s always cold in the belly,” she confesses. “I tied people up nervous to start taxing every dinner. It’s a challenge that people fear to overcome.”

“It all depends, right? The colleague that you are going to control, the text that you see for you, the director, then they are always unique experiences”, he completes. “This is what encourages me to continue working, learning and exchanging”.

Among the previous works, two are in vogue at the moment. An impulsive Bionda is back in “Uga Uga” (2000-2001), which recently entered the Globoplay catalogue. “Imagine if this was Instagram at that time? Because the figure of her dazzling and really was a very strong character,” she reads. A fashion icon of the time, she wore boxes of very low clothes —which are turning around with everyone— and accessories such as jumpsuits, necklaces and bracelets that are found in popular commerce stores.

To further disso, the actress says that she managed to exerge herself with a generous look on the canvas. “It was very interesting to look at now,” she says. “My God, I was an 18-year-old baby. I don’t like everything, but bem, make part of my story and I have the pride of what I say.”

Another version of Mariana that could currently be conferred is that of “Chocolate with Pimenta” (2003-2004), in which she played the naive Ana Francisca. Guaranteed success in the afternoons of Globo, the plot is being re-presented for the third time in Vale a Pena Ver de Novo — without counting another reprise on the pay channel Viva eo fato also be available on Globoplay.

“I was very happy there and I am very happy today because people always talk like the story and the characters connect with them,” he celebrates. “It’s a project that continues to give me a lot of joy, also because I’m selling several generations at different times. And it’s very curious, it doesn’t give me much to explain, right? How does one story stick and the other doesn’t? How is it that you explain it? , né? E eu fico happy that ‘Chocolate com Pimenta’ hit.”


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