“A Simple Favor,” shows a different Anna Kendrick


Defends moms

MIAMI (EFE).— Anna Kendrick said she hopes her film “A Simple Favor,” help end the “mommy wars”, a fight between working mothers and stay-at-home, and said that working with casts of mostly female will get the better of itself.

“The intention is to teach you how every mom is doing the best they can,” said the actress.

“I’m not a mom and I feel the pressure that there is on my friends that yes they are. (The movie) is a way of saying that they are all doing the best we can,” he said.

“A Simple Favor,” which premiered in the united States, Anna Kendrick, 33 years old, accumulates as a repertoire of 40 films.

In she shares credits star with actress Blake Lively, and in addition it is the fourth production that makes with a cast mostly female, something that pushes you to be better in every way.

Assured that is an inspiration to work with other women who bring out the best of themselves up in the clothes. “I’ve noticed that when I am the only girl on the set, I pack a pair of jeans and already, but when I’m with other women I want to impress up in the way you dress”.

The humor that has made Anna Kendrick famous in the social networks and his experience in comedies such as the films of the series of “Pitch Perfect” have allowed him to develop to perfection the character of Stephanie, a mom of those that seem perfect and who bestows that excellence on YouTube, space in which to explore issues for nursing.

Widow with a big secret in tow, the life of Stephanie is a little more complicated when Emily (Blake Lively), who runs the public relations of a fashion designer famous, begins a campaign of seduction, which works only by loneliness who suffer the mothers who stay at home on the outskirts of the large cities of the united States.

That solitude and the ability to embody a character that gets rid of the perception that others have of women dedicated to be a mom “was irresistible” for Anna Kendrick, in addition to the possibility of being part of the new wave of suspense movies focused on women.

“I think that the best of the genre of the mystery that has become fashionable again, especially with female protagonists, is that it recognizes that women have secrets,” said the star, who takes a positive view of everything that is engaged to break female stereotypes.

“Some have secrets literal, as the character of Blake, but Stephanie has a lot beneath the surface, and I think that represents to many women, that one believes he already knows how they are and it turns out that underneath there is an inner world that no one had realized”, he emphasized.

“A Simple Favor,” also plays with the duality of the genres of suspense, but with a touch of humor, as is fashionable in the more commercial films of the time, said its director, Paul Feig, who has worked with the casts especially women in “Bridesmaids” (2011) and “Ghostbusters: Answer The Call” (2016).