Slavic Yiddah Y Julian Zucchi premiered this week the third film they made together with their production company. The tape ‘I am innocent’ debuted very well in theaters and even entered the top 3 “The best Peruvian releases” post-pandemic.
Through their social networks, the actors showed that two of their films- ‘Yes, my love’ and ‘I am innocent’- are part of the three films that were well received by the public.
“AND WE WAKE UP WITH THIS NEWS!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!! Thanks to you we entered the TOP 3 of “The Best Peruvian Premieres since the reopening of theaters due to the pandemic” We are happy because 2 of OUR FILMS are in this top! If you want to go have a good time, we invite you to the cinema to see “I AM INNOCENT”!”, they wrote next to the image that shows the ranking.
Yiddá Eslava and Julián Zucchi got into debt to film ‘I am innocent’
Slavic Yiddah revealed that before he started filming his new movie, ‘I’m innocent’, suffered the theft of filming equipment. she next to Julian Zucchi they had to go into debt to continue with their project, which will be released in theaters on January 19.
“They stole all our equipment a week before the recording ”, the interpreter also pointed out to the newspaper Trome. “It was very hard, it hit us very hard and we had to go into debt to buy and rent the equipment, but we were able to make the film,” added. It was not the first time that the couple had gone through this type of adversity: for their first film, they mortgaged their house.
According to Yiddá Eslava, they were “sad” at first. “But we got up precisely because the movie ‘I am innocent’ talks about a fighting Peruvian who wants to get opportunities, not necessarily for himself, but especially for his family. We don’t even cry, we grab that energy to get up. But it was much harder than pawning our house.” said.
What is ‘I’m Innocent’ about?
The protagonist of this comedy is Sofía (Slavic Yiddah), who lives an austere life as a housekeeper and hopes to save every penny to support her grandmother and siblings.
A day like any other, she is involved in a crime scene in a hotel room. She’s innocent, but her prints are everywhere. To keep her job at the colonial hotel—and most importantly: not go to jail—Sofía must prove her innocence. But she needs help, so she also frames Mame, her co-worker.
The comedy has a cast made up of national and international figures, such as Edgar Vivar, Pablo Ruiz, Yarlo Ruiz, Rodolfo Carrion, and Patricia Portocarrero.among others.