Penelope Cruz is one of those actresses who loves babies and always desires to have a role of a mother. So far, she has had quite a lot of films with that role or having babies around. And so, we can say that her latest movie, Parallel Mothers, should not be a coincidence in that manner.
From a total count of 6 movies that she has worked in with Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar, Cruz has played roles of women who are either pregnant or have kids. Spanish director’s work Parallel Mothers came out this Friday, giving the audience heavy melodrama around a pair of newborns that get switched with mothers post-birth.
What is it About Cruz and Pedro?
It is not the first time the two are doing a film together. The Spanish director and the Spanish actress have done 7 films and have their bond growing more robust. The director and his work-spiration lady share the secrets to their 25-year-long relationship. Not only do they give the word about the latest work called Parallel Mothers, but they also tell how to have a long-lasting relationship.
Why is the Scene at Midtown Manhattan’s Whitby Hotel Talked About?
The scene at mitron manhattans with me hotel shows Almodóvar in a pink shirt underneath a black hoodie, seated in a chair right across a coffee table from Penélope Cruz. The Oscar-winning actress and Pedro’s long-time co-worker and friend of 25 years can be seen on a couch, wearing a pink and blue Fair Isle sweater and sipping orange juice.
The duo can be seen admiring each other and showering themselves with compliments for one another.
What do the Two Have to Say About it?
Pedro and Penelope have never wondered how they have successfully maintained their dynamic and blissful relationship for 25 years now. When questioned how the Spanish actress said, “It just happens.” She tells how amazing it is that they know the other one is feeling in that moment with just one look. She also tells how she can never lie to him and that their bond is concrete and pure.
Lovey-Dovey Moments Between the Two on the Set
Once when Cruz arrived on the set for rehearsals for Parallel Mothers, she had been a little blue about an issue that was going on with a friend of hers, and she did not want to share it with Pedro. However, she understood that it would be better not to drag that energy between her and Pedro and their personal space.
However, their bond is strong enough for Pedro to sense and realize the change in her voice when reading the script. To this, Cruz said, “I looked at him, and I said, “I love how well you know me and how well we know each other,” and recalls as she began weeping.
The two hugged each other and walked and talked about it, with the rehearsal ending up just as fine. It came surprisingly for Penelope as she thought she had been hiding her mood quite well and that no one would know about it when Pedro could make it out just by the change in her voice.