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Mina El Hammani: “For me it is a plus to play a Spanish girl who has no conflict with religion”

We interviewed Mina El Hammani, Joel Bosqued and Alberto Amarilla, three actors who play teachers in ‘El Internado: Las Cumbres’.

Sergio Navarro February 21, 2021 (57 minutes ago)

We met Mina El Hammani, Joel Bosqued and Alberto Amarilla playing teenagers in television series. Now, thanks to ‘El Internado: Las Cumbres’, they jump to the side of adults playing school teachers. We talk to them so they can tell us what Elvira, León and Elías are like, their characters, and what these roles mean in their careers.

Headlines of Mina El Hammani, Joel Bosqued and Alberto Amarilla

Mina El Hammani: « Elvira is the science teacher and is doing a thesis on the alchemists in the area » MEH: « She has a lot of light and she just plays and provokes » MEH: « She meets Elías and a strange relationship comes out » Joel Bosqued: « León is the music teacher, with many things to hide » JB: « León is always going to leave us with that bad taste in our mouths » Alberto Amarilla: « Elías is a Dominican friar who has a crisis of faith. from the divine to the human « AA: » Elvira finishes deconstructing Elías’ life « MEH: » The more conflicts you have, the more interesting the character is « MEH: » Everything has a starting point, an end and a why  » JB: « We know where we come from, but viewers will see that something is missing » AA: « They are ambiguous characters because secrets are on the surface » MEH: « I am very proud to receive this role » MEH: « Before doing to Nadia in ‘Elite’, I already knew I wanted to make very different characters and not limit myself « MEH: » Power develops r the character of Elvira, a Spanish girl who has no conflict with religion, for me it is already a plus with religion.