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By Laurine on September 04, 2022 0 Comments

We interviewed one of the most recognized actresses in our country. The film El Test has just premiered, and we have talked with her about this and other projects, about how she feels at this point in her career and how her personal and professional future looks.

It is said soon, but it has been 15 years since we “met” Blanca Suárez (Madrid, 1988). The quotation marks refer to the metaphorical nature of the matter, because it was through the televisions of our respective salons that this actress sneaked in, that she began her career playing Julia Medina in the successful series El Internado. Blanca arrived like a hurricane at Laguna Negra school and, from that start, that could well be the description of what her career has been (and is being, wow): a real hurricane.

As expected, years later she received the recognition she deserved: the 2011 nomination for a Goya for Best Newcomer Actress, thanks to La piel que habito (2011), by Pedro Almodóvar, and from that year on we saw her in many and diverse projects, such as in the series El Barco (2011) and Las Chicas del Cable (2016) or in films such as Los amantes pasajeros (2013), by Pedro Almodóvar, Mi gran noche (2015 ), by Álex de la Iglesia or El Bar (2017), also by Álex de la Iglesia. And these are just a few examples, because her non-stop translates today into an imaginary that we all have very clear: if it comes to naming one of the most recognized Spanish actresses in the country, she is on the list.

This woman is about to turn 34 and, now, which is when she defines her medium-term future as “calm”, she is not lacking in projects either: she has just premiered El Test, by Dani de la Orden, “a very funny film, but that also makes us reflect on the nature of human beings”, as he says. In it, she shares the stage with actors of the stature of Alberto San Juan, Miren Ibarguren, Carlos Santos and Antonio Resines, and we have had the opportunity to chat with her about this and other projects, as well as her current situation, about how she is doing thirty and how what ‘is coming’ is presented.

How was your summer?
It has gone quite well. I managed to go away and spend a fairly quiet ‘little month’. Sometimes, it is good to disconnect and get out of your normal environment a little to get away from your life, see it with perspective and come back with enthusiasm.

And have you brought any reflection?
Not especially. I know it’s okay to spend time doing reflections for one. But vacations are also to rest… from you. So, I’ve rested from myself (laughs). I give a lot of thought to things and to the head and others. Putting yourself ‘in plan’ flat encephalogram is also necessary, and that is what I have done.

Tell us about your next premiere: El Test.
It is a very funny film, but it also makes us reflect on the nature of human beings and how we really are, I mean: just put yourself in a position that is apparently quite absurd or banal – such as the one that arises in the movie– so that our true selves come out there. And in this movie the true being of all its characters comes out. In general, it is very curious to see ourselves in different situations to know what we are like and what foot we limp on… We can get surprises…

Would you say that you are in a good vital moment?
Yes. Although I don’t think I’ve been in a bad time in life in general. I think that in the end everything is like a roller coaster that, if you push me, even goes for days. In other words, we don’t wake up one day the same as the day before. So, I think I feel happiness every day and every moment, but come on, being calm…, it’s enough for me.

How would you describe the current moment in your career?
Like a serene moment, really, because there have been some very stressful moments. Luckily, there are projects, but there is also a calm and for my part there is not much anxiety to do and achieve things or cover stages or things like that. This is a profession in which things appear, you can provoke them or look for them, but you also have to be very aware that there is a part of “surrendering to what comes”, which is inevitable, because normally the decisions in our work do not You take them: they think of you and propose to you. I think I’m in a kind of change of stage or getting closer to something… I’m not 20 anymore and I guess I’m getting closer to something that I don’t really know what it is, but I’m growing.

You say that you are no longer 20 years old, how are you doing in your thirties?
Well, the truth is that quite well. I’m not one of those who turned 30 and suddenly had a ‘shock’. I have more now than when I turned 30, suddenly, in October I am 34. And you see that you move forward and that you were no longer 29 yesterday. It is a rare moment. It is also true that the 20 of us now… I see them older than when I had them, they give us a thousand turns to those of us who are 10 or 12 years older.

And what do you think 16-year-old Blanca would think of what you’ve achieved so far?
She would freak out. I think she would be quite surprised. But not because of the “how strong, my dream was” thing, but because of being totally surprised, because in the end life went there. At 16 she didn’t have any flowers at all. She did not project me with 34, but go, I think that Blanca would be in plan: “How strong everything that has happened to you.”

We’ve been quite surreal for two years, how has the current context affected you?
I consider that whoever says that this has not changed him, that it has not meant, no matter how small, some change in his life, is impossible. But I’m looking at it more in the long term. When all this madness started, “I didn’t go crazy”, but it has left a lot of fear and changes in the way we relate to the world, to people, the way we manage being with many people or with little, making many long-term plans…

If you stop to think about it, what does it mean for you to be one of the best-known actresses in the country?
I think that one is not very aware of this, because in the end, since you have been working for so long and things are happening so little by little and it has not been something like: “I do this job and suddenly… it takes”, It’s been like little by little, it’s something I’ve been living with. Then, too, my life is quite closed, in the sense that my circle is what it is. New people are coming in and such, but I’m not very aware.

That’s also good for mental health, right?
Yes, of course, of course.

What would you say have been your best work experiences?
One of the best things about this profession is that you find yourself in situations that, perhaps, if you didn’t dedicate yourself to this, you wouldn’t agree, nor would you experience ‘random’ or special situations. For example, I remember that once they opened the Alhambra just for us, to shoot at 5am, and we watched the sunrise from there. In other words, that of going to locations that you can only access, for example, in a helicopter at an hour, or entering places that only open you because you are going to do a shoot, because it is you, and that they also love to teach you … Is incredible. You also have the chance to travel the world and meet people you’ve only seen in magazines or that you’ve followed since you were a little girl… So, I’ll stick with that.

Something more banal… have you left your bangs, for something specific?
Because she was bored as an oyster. Do you know that feeling of looking in the mirror and saying: I’m bored? It had been a long time since I changed my ‘look’, too, and I said: why not. And I started to cut my bangs.

You recently opened TikTok, why do you think you should be present in this ‘app’?
For gossiping, absolutely. I don’t think it’s me TikTok meat, but there it is. I like Instagram more, although everything is quite addictive.

Precisely for this reason, and for mental health reasons, there are many artists who advocate getting away from the networks, have you ever thought about doing it?
No. What I do is learn to live with them. If you treat them as a work or communication tool… fine, but of course, they are dangerous. And you realize that, above all, if one day you forget your mobile phone at home or you are aware that you resort to it in general and to social networks in moments of boredom. I mean, not because you’re going to see something, it’s that you don’t even open it wanting to see it. It is that you open it because you cannot wait two minutes looking at the horizon or you cannot get into a taxi without opening the phone. And you see things and you don’t even pay attention. If you think about it, it’s a bit ‘heavy’. And then also because it affects your vision of yourself…

What do you expect from this last quarter of the year?
Well, close it very well. Things are going very quiet. I seek to locate myself, it has been a very disconnected summer. I think we have to refocus and yes, there are projects. We will premiere in October El Cuarto Pasajero, by Álex de la Iglesia. And nothing, I feel like picking up the pace because I’ve seen things with perspective. You also place yourself in another place, you see the people who come, so you also place yourself in another place. They bring the intensity…

What resolutions do you have for September?
None especially, keep flowing!

Source : cosmopolitan.com