Stephanie Cayo She was more than grateful to the public after the premiere of “Until we meet again”, a film recorded in Peru and directed by Bruno Ascenzo. The national actress did not hesitate to express her happiness on social networks when she saw that the feature film, in which she met her partner, Maxi Iglesias, is in the first places of popularity in various countries.
Through his Instagram account, he showed the moment in which he noticed that the production is in second place among the main trends of Netflix in Spain. He previously communicated that he also appears on the lists of nations such as Argentina and Colombia.
YOU CAN SEE: Stephanie Cayo commits blooper by confusing the jargon ‘avocado’: “Someone who is bored”
Celebrate the success of your film
Days ago, Stephanie Cayo strongly responded to the criticism that many users spread about the movie “Until we meet again”, regarding the lack of diversity in the main cast and the script.
“I’ll give you some advice… I didn’t get ahead by speaking ill of others. I was very busy working on what I like (since I’m 9 years old). (…) I am the same girl with ‘impossible’ dreams. I am so proud of this movie,” she wrote on Twitter.
However, now he has left the negative comments aside and has focused on the successes that the project is accumulating. In the video you can hear him celebrating the achievement. “Number two,” she expressed with emotion.
YOU CAN SEE: Stephanie Cayo after criticism for her movie on Netflix: “I didn’t get ahead by speaking ill of others”
Stephanie Cayo defends her character
After the famous magazine Vogue de México declared her one of the most important “Andean actresses”, Stephanie Cayo received many criticisms regarding the representation of her character in the film, which aims to show a portrait of Peruvian culture.
Many users gave a negative opinion about the term used by the publication; however, the national actress responded on her Twitter account.
“I do not represent an Andean woman. But here I was born. “Until we meet again” is not a film that seeks to represent Andean women. It is a romantic story of two boys who meet in our beautiful Peru and have an unforgettable trip, “she wrote on the social network.