Yalitza Aparicio and Tenoch Huerta extol the name of Mexico and dance at the Sundance Film Festival

Yalitza and Tenoch Huerta extol the name of Mexico and dance at the Sundanc Film Festivaland. The young Oaxacan woman shared a series of stories on her Instagram account where she showed that she is happy with life, enjoying the success of her career alongside her colleague, Tenoch Huerta.

Sundance Film Festival 2023 started on January 19, but since it ends on the 29th, this Saturday we had the opportunity to see Yalitza Aparicio touring the stage of this famous festival that is held in the town of Park City in Utah, United States.

It drew attention that the 29 year old star she wore a simple outfit, although she was very warm due to the snowfall. In one of the photos of her it is shown that she is wearing a large jacket that she accompanied with a white turtleneck sweater.

She also wore beige pants and black shoes, which combined with her jet black hair that she left loose. In another of the photographs that the Mexican shared, she appears next to the actor tenoch orchard.

He also wore a large navy blue jacket, a shirt of the same color and jeans. What drew attention is that the actor, who debuted in the world of Marvel with “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”He looked at her with a big smile, showing that they are proud to raise the name of Mexico.

But that was not all, Yalitza Aparicio and Tenoch Huerta showed that in our country we know danceso they did not stay with the desire and demonstrated their best steps, during the American festival.


In the clip shared by the star of “Rome” It is appreciated that people are happy and celebrate the success of Mexican actors. So far it has not been revealed if Aparicio won the nomination, but she made it clear to us that she at least had fun as a girl.

the young woman is nominated for the short film “Sweatshop Girl”, story in which he starred, although it is written and directed by filmmaker Selma Cervantes, a filmmaker who was nominated for the 2021 Ariel Awards in the “fiction short film” category, for Manchester Acatitla.

The synopsis of the short deals with the story of Inés (Yalitza Aparicio) who works as a seamstress in a clandestine workshop where tests of pregnancy. When she becomes pregnant she is sure that her condition will get her fired. So she did her best to keep it a secret.

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