Do not be confused, it is not Ricardo Gómez.

The joke is made by

Carlos Cuevas

himself (Barcelona, ​​1995) as soon as he sits down for this interview.

Because his trajectory, his friendship and even his physique seem to run in parallel.

It was not

Cuéntame

who raised this Barcelonan to fame, but the Catalans

Ventdelplà

and

Merlí

.

And today that rise seems already unstoppable for being able to reject projects at the age of 26.

"Let's see if they give us a movie with a plot together at once to be able to shoot both", he insists on the eternal comparison between the two between laughs.

Because the actor never stops laughing: he does it during the photo session for the promotion of the audiobook

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,

available on Audible;

throughout the interview and when it is over.

Starting in this profession at the age of 10, when does one begin to realize that it is work and not fun? Especially when there is regularity and you see that it is not something temporary.

Making a one-time film doesn't mean anything, but you see that over the years they call you, look for you and hire you and you improve and see what's going on.

Although I realized when I was very young that this was not a hobby. Is the fact that at this age I have already burned through many stages overwhelming?

I have never experienced it from stress or pressure, I have always seen myself prepared for the things that came to me.

I have always noticed that each step I have had to take has come naturally to me. Have you reached the point where you can choose which projects to do? I have been at it for two or three years, I do not have the ability to choose on paper blank what do I want,

but I do decline proposals because I don't see myself there or I feel like doing other kinds of things.

In teen series, for example, that's my biggest filter and I've had to say no a lot because I don't want to keep doing this and Spain produces a lot of teen material.

There is a type of profile that I have burnt as an actor, but when you do something well they keep calling you for the same thing and you want to go to another level.

Would you reject, for example, doing something like Elite? My life goal is to do things that I would see as a spectator and I no longer see adolescent things because they don't challenge me, I'm in another stage of life and I want to do things from this stage. linked to a series as recognized as

For example, that's my biggest filter and I've had to say no a lot because I don't want to keep doing this and Spain produces a lot of teenage material.

There is a type of profile that I have burnt as an actor, but when you do something well they keep calling you for the same thing and you want to go to another level.

Would you reject, for example, doing something like Elite? My life goal is to do things that I would see as a spectator and I no longer see adolescent things because they don't challenge me, I'm in another stage of life and I want to do things from this stage. linked to a series as recognized as

For example, that's my biggest filter and I've had to say no a lot because I don't want to keep doing this and Spain produces a lot of teenage material.

There is a type of profile that I have burnt as an actor, but when you do something well they keep calling you for the same thing and you want to go to another level.

Would you reject, for example, doing something like Elite? My life goal is to do things that I would see as a spectator and I no longer see adolescent things because they don't challenge me, I'm in another stage of life and I want to do things from this stage. linked to a series as recognized as

Merlí

benefits or harms?

It always benefits, nothing has detracted from being in

Merlí

.

I am grateful and happy for showing great values ​​and putting certain issues in check.

It's a full-fledged goal Seeing Merlí's philosophical theme, how do you see that this subject is bordering on school curricula? It's a tremendous slump.

I assume that the system takes us the other way but I will be the last to fall.

Because the world focuses us on something fast, fast and consumerist, I am not going to abandon other types of subjects that make you have a vision of the whole. totally precarious.

I am extremely privileged because I never lacked a dish on the table, I was born in a privileged city, I work for something that I like and socially it is a privilege.

But that is not the reality my friends,

who fight for mileurista salaries, live with their parents or are starting to go out to shared apartments.

We are the generation that promised us that if we studied hard and got two master's degrees we would go to hell and my colleagues all have three master's degrees, six languages ​​and they get paid shit because this doesn't work.

This is very frustrating and I see my surroundings suffering.

ANGEL NAVARRETE

Is many of these complaints devalued if they are made by young people? This generation of glass makes me laugh a lot, what was not cool was the one of esparto grass that did not show their feelings and that they only thought about working.

Now a generation has arrived with other ideas and with mental health as a central debate.

The more complaining we are, the better.

Offended

essay ,

by Lucía Lijtmaer, is perfect to understand because it puts in check the gentleman who underestimates everything that is not in his favor.

No, excuse me, it is that you have lived privileged all the years of your life and now they are asking you for a part of the cake that you do not want to give up in economics, relationships, humor... In that essay you also talk about politics of the cancellation, how do you see it? I have not seen so many people canceled, that is a farce of the gentlemen. Before you said that you were privileged despite coming from a working class family, how is that assumed in daily life? being responsible and educated and not understanding society as a hierarchy but as something horizontal.

You have to kick the mantra of meritocracy, that thing about someone arriving at a place because they have worked hard is not true,

You may also have been lucky or plugged in.

That is an idealistic fallacy. That is well shown by his character of Pol in Merlí. That is what happens to the majority, there are very few people who do not come from the working class, I do not know marquises in my environment.

I know they exist, but they are numbers, because most people work and have trades all their livesI also read you a recent interview that you did not understand that current concept of separating authors from their worksI think that in the 21st century we have to not separate it basically because the authors sign the work with their name, only Banksy does so with a pseudonym.

So who wants to separate author from work is because he has something to hide. Have you felt undervalued in your opinions for being young?

It's ridiculous to judge people by their ages,

there are 20-year-olds with more brains than two 50-year-olds put together.

Also, at what age do you stop being young?

The fact that we are judged from another point of view for being young, when we are old enough, seems to mean that we are learning. How do you manage public exposure on the networks? I am more and more voyeur and less participatory, I watch and read a lot, but It's getting harder and harder for me to enter because I see how big the snowball has become and I wonder if my opinion is really important because it's very easy to get into a dynamic of hate, but I'm not going to do it. And why now record an audiobook of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea? I had a great time and I wanted a classic that is not so present.

We are children of Harry Potter but not so much of Jules Verne.

At what age do you stop being young?

The fact that we are judged from another point of view for being young, when we are old enough, seems to mean that we are learning. How do you manage public exposure on the networks? I am more and more voyeur and less participatory, I watch and read a lot, but It's getting harder and harder for me to enter because I see how big the snowball has become and I wonder if my opinion is really important because it's very easy to get into a dynamic of hate, but I'm not going to do it. And why now record an audiobook of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea? I had a great time and I wanted a classic that is not so present.

We are children of Harry Potter but not so much of Jules Verne.

At what age do you stop being young?

The fact that we are judged from another point of view for being young, when we are old enough, seems to mean that we are learning. How do you manage public exposure on the networks? I am more and more voyeur and less participatory, I watch and read a lot, but It's getting harder and harder for me to enter because I see how big the snowball has become and I wonder if my opinion is really important because it's very easy to get into a dynamic of hate, but I'm not going to do it. And why now record an audiobook of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea? I had a great time and I wanted a classic that is not so present.

We are children of Harry Potter but not so much of Jules Verne.

It seems that it is to say that we are learning. How do you manage public exposure on the networks? I am more and more voyeur and less participatory, I watch and read a lot, but it is increasingly difficult for me to enter because I see how big the ball has become of snow and I wonder if my opinion is really important because it is very easy to get into a hate dynamic, but I am not going to do it. And why now record an audiobook of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea? I have had a great time well and I wanted a classic that is not so present.

We are children of Harry Potter but not so much of Jules Verne.

It seems that it is to say that we are learning. How do you manage public exposure on the networks? I am more and more voyeur and less participatory, I watch and read a lot, but it is increasingly difficult for me to enter because I see how big the ball has become of snow and I wonder if my opinion is really important because it is very easy to get into a hate dynamic, but I am not going to do it. And why now record an audiobook of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea? I have had a great time well and I wanted a classic that is not so present.

We are children of Harry Potter but not so much of Jules Verne.

but every time it is more difficult for me to enter because I see how big the snowball has become and I wonder if my opinion is really important because it is very easy to enter into a dynamic of hate, but I am not going to do it. Why now record an audiobook of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea? I had a great time and I wanted a classic that is not so present.

We are children of Harry Potter but not so much of Jules Verne.

but every time it is more difficult for me to enter because I see how big the snowball has become and I wonder if my opinion is really important because it is very easy to enter into a dynamic of hate, but I am not going to do it. Why now record an audiobook of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea? I had a great time and I wanted a classic that is not so present.

We are children of Harry Potter but not so much of Jules Verne.

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