Lucía Méndez returns to the cinema after 37 years in 2024

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After 37 years of not making films, the actress and singer Lucía Méndez returned to the film sets with the help of former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, Itatí Cantoral and Paty Manterola in Better a widow than in bad companyMagaby García's debut film.

“The cast couldn't be better, they are all fantastic. From the beginning it was planned that the story would have four personalities like each of these great actresses. They are great figures in television, but also in cinema, with an important career and I am excited because it is a film that will entertain many. We were very lucky to have all four of them,” she said in an interview with ExcelsiorChris Hool, producer of the film.

Better a widow than in bad company will focus on four women who are having a very bad time with their respective husbands and decide to make a radical decision.

Hool, who has been in the production of films such as Tired of kissing frogs either I present to you Laura He said that Lucía Méndez, who has a 52-year career, is going to surprise in this production, which will explore the comedy genre and which can be seen in commercial theaters in early 2024.

“It is a suspense drama that is planned to be able to be filmed here in Madrid, somewhere else in Spain or where we can use the fiscal resources and general aid that the government has in a state of co-production with a Spanish company,” Hool said. .

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