MewMagazine Septiembre 2020
HAY HISTORIAS QUE NACEN Y QUE MUEREN. DE ESAS QUE NADIE VUELVE A RECORDAR PORQUE PASARON SIN MÁS. APORTANDO LO DE SIEMPRE. DICIENDO NADA MÁS.Y LUEGO HAY HISTORIAS DE ESAS QUE TE REVIENTAN EL CORAZÓN. DE LAS QUE DESCUBRES DE DONDE VIENES, PERO, SOBRE TODO, A DONDE VAS DE LAS QUE TE ENAMORAS POR QUE, EN CADA PORO DE TU PIEL, HAN IDO DEJANDO UNA CURA PARA TUS HERIDAS. LAS QUE SANAN. LAS QUE, INDIRECTAMENTE, TE DICEN QUE TODO SALDRÁ BIEN. Y TE DAN ESPERANZA. DE ESA QUE SE NECESITA MUCHO MÁS DE LO QUE NUESTRA MENTE ES CAPAZ DE RECONOCER. Y ES QUE NOS ENSEÑAN A TENER QUE SER FUERTES. A MOSTRAR QUE NO NOS DOBLEGAMOS ANTE LA ADVERSIDAD. COMO SI ESTUVIÉSEMOS CAMINANDO EN UN VIDEOJUEGO, DONDE TUS PUNTOS INCREMENTAN AL MISMO RITMO DE LOS GOLPES QUE TE DAN. CUANDO LA REALIDAD ES BIEN DISTINTA.CUANDO MOSTRAR LOS MIEDOS, LAS INCERTIDUMBRES, NO IMPLICA NADA MALO. NI TE MUESTRA DEBILITADA.
ARIA BEDMAR E YLENIA BAGLIETTO NOS HAN CONTADO LA HISTORIA DE CAMINO Y DE MAITE. DE UN AMOR. UN AMOR SINCERO Y HONESTO. UN AMOR CUIDADO Y ACARICIADO HASTA LA EXTENUACIÓN. Y HEMOS SUFRIDO CON LOS SINSABORES Y ESOS SIN SENTIDOS QUE, HOY EN DÍA, SIGUEN SUCEDIENDO
NOS HAN TRASLADADO A UN PUNTO DE INFLEXIÓN. A COMO LA SOCIEDAD Y UNAS RELIGIONES NOS PAUTAN EL COMPORTAMIENTO. LO QUE ESTÁ BIEN Y LO QUE ESTÁ MAL. OBVIANDO, EN TODO MOMENTO, QUE SOMOS PERSONAS. Y QUÉ SENTIR NO DEBERÍA HABER ESTADO PROHIBIDO NUNCA.
Mew Magazine (MW): Cómo se vive como actrices que, la propia vorágine que generan los propios fans, también genere nuevas formas de contar. Porque vienen dos personas a una serie diaria donde los fans se sienten identificados, llegan a descubrirse, a llenarse de valentía y todo ello se traslada a la confirmación de un Podcast para seguir contando la historia de Maite y Camino. Algo impensable, imagino, cuando todo esto comenzó.
Aria Bedmar (A.B.): Totalmente. Además, lo primero que las maitiners y los maitiners consiguieron fue ‘#MaitinoEnYu. Y fue cuando, por primera vez, nos dimos cuenta de la fuerza que tenían. Y de la capacidad de cambiar las cosas. Ese primer ‘#MaitinoEnYu’ no lo voy a olvidar en la vida. A partir de un hashtag han empezado a conseguir muchas cosas. Hacen muchísima piña. Tienen mucha fe en esto. Tienen mucha fe en nuestro trabajo. Es realmente increíble.
Ylenia Baglietto (Y.B.): Cambio un poco en todos. Hasta en los guionistas de Acacias 38’. El hecho de saber qué es lo que funcionaba y que no. Ellos vieron que había cositas, había detalles, había frases, palabras, que teníamos que mencionar porque se habían hecho icónicas. Y creo que esto no ha pasado antes en Acacias 38’ con una trama. Desconozco.
A.B.: No, tanto feedback, con tanta fuerza, no. A lo mejor ha podido haber parejas que han llamado mucho la atención, pero tanto como para que salga de la serie... Porque las maitiners y los maitiners no necesariamente son acacieros’, que es como se llaman los fans de la serie. Muchos maitiners sólo siguen esta trama.
MW: Hay plataformas maravillosas como YouTube que permiten a los fans ver la historia, su historia, sin tener que 'tragar' ninguna trama más.
Y.B.: Exactamente. Esto también lo han hecho los fans.
MW: Hay historias que generan mucha solidaridad entre los propios fans. Unos suben el contenido, otros hacen la traducción, generan los subtítulos...
Y.B.: Hacen equipo.
A.B: Hay un grupo de chicas que se organizan súper bien. Una hace el banner, otra propone el hashtag... Se organizan de una manera que dices, guau’
Y.B.: Es precioso. Que, una trama en la que estás involucrada tenga esto. Y que una a las personas. Y dan las gracias por haberse encontrado, por hacerse amigas...
A.B.: Sobre todo, por eso. Por el hecho de que gracias a esto han encontrado un punto en común con otra persona. Y que han incluido en su vida. Y que no hubieran conocido sin la trama de ‘Maitino’.
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THERE ARE STORIES THAT ARE BORN AND THAT DIE. OF THOSE THAT NOBODY WILL REMEMBER AGAIN BECAUSE THEY PASSED JUST PASSED. CONTRIBUTING AS ALWAYS. SAYING NOTHING ELSE. AND THEN THERE ARE STORIES OF THOSE THAT BREAK YOUR HEART. OF WHICH YOU DISCOVER WHERE YOU COME FROM, BUT, ABOVE ALL, WHERE YOU FALL IN LOVE BECAUSE, IN EACH PORE OF YOUR SKIN, THEY HAVE GONE LEAVING A CURE FOR YOUR WOUNDS. THOSE THAT HEAL. THOSE THAT, INDIRECTLY, TELL YOU THAT EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE. AND THEY GIVE YOU HOPE. OF THAT WHICH MUCH MORE IS NEEDED THAN OUR MIND IS ABLE TO RECOGNIZE. AND IT IS THAT THEY TEACH US TO HAVE TO BE STRONG. TO SHOW THAT WE DO NOT BEND IN THE FACE OF ADVERSITY. AS IF WE WERE WALKING IN A VIDEO GAME, WHERE YOUR POINTS INCREASE AT THE SAME RATE OF THE HITS YOU GET. WHEN REALITY IS WELL DIFFERENT. WHEN SHOWING FEARS, UNCERTAINTIES, IT DOES NOT IMPLY ANYTHING BAD. NEITHER SHOWS YOU WEAKENED.
ARIA BEDMAR AND YLENIA BAGLIETTO TOLD US THE STORY OF CAMINO AND MAITE. OF A LOVE. A SINCERE AND HONEST LOVE. A CARED AND CARED LOVE UNTIL THE EXTENUATION. AND WE HAVE SUFFERED THE SETBACKS AND THOSE WITHOUT SENSES THAT, TODAY, KEEP HAPPENING
WE HAVE BEEN MOVED TO A TURNING POINT. HOW SOCIETY AND SOME RELIGIONS SET OUR BEHAVIOR. WHAT IS RIGHT AND WHAT IS WRONG. OVERLOOKING, AT ALL TIMES, THAT WE ARE PEOPLE. AND THAT TO FEEL SHOULD NEVER HAVE BEEN FORBIDDEN.
Mew Magazine (MW): How do you live as actresses who, the maelstrom generated by the fans themselves, also generate new ways of telling. Because two people come to a daily series where the fans feel identified, they get to discover each other, to be filled with courage and all this translates to the confirmation of a Podcast to continue telling the story of Maite and Camino. Something unthinkable, I imagine, when all this started.
Aria Bedmar (A.B.): Totally. Also, the first thing the maitiners achieved was ‘#MaitinoEnYu. And that was when, for the first time, we realized how strong they were. And the ability to change things. That first ‘#MaitinoEnYu’ I will never forget in life. From a hashtag they have started to achieve many things. They work hard as a team . They have a lot of faith in this. They have a lot of faith in our work. It's really amazing.
Ylenia Baglietto (Y.B.): it changed a little for everyone. Even for the scriptwriters of Acacias 38 '. Knowing what worked and what didn't. They saw that there were little things, there were details, there were phrases, words, that we had to mention because they had become iconic. And I think this hasn't happened before in Acacias 38 'with a plot. I do not know.
A.B .: No, so much feedback, with so much force, no. Maybe there could have been couples who have attracted a lot of attention, but so much so that it leaves the series ... because the maitiners are not necessarily “acacieros”, which is what fans of the series call themselves. Many maitiners just follow this plot.
MW: There are wonderful platforms like YouTube that allow fans to see the story, their story, without having to 'swallow' any more plot.
Y.B .: Exactly. This has also been done by the fans.
MW: There are stories that generate a lot of solidarity among the fans themselves. Some upload the content, others do the translation, generate the subtitles ...
Y.B .: They make a team.
A.B: There is a group of girls who organize themselves so well. One makes the banner, another proposes the hashtag ... They are organized in a way that you say, wow. '
Y.B .: It's beautiful. That, a plot that you're involved in has this. And bring people together. And they give thanks for having met, for becoming friends ...
A.B .: Above all, because of that. Due to the fact that thanks to this they have found a common point with another person. And that they have included in their life. And that they would not have known without the plot of ‘Maitino’.
MW: I have been able to speak with some of those fans and when I asked them what most caught their attention in this story, the first thing they told me was that it was a very beautiful story, a very beautiful love, very good told and it was very honest.
Y.B .: I always say that what happened to Aria and me is that we have an artistic crush for each other. All of a sudden, we looked at each other's recording and said "wow, we understand each other and we don't know each other." The first day there was already a connection. It was looking at us and saying, "OK, we are in the same code." So, I think that is reflected. Because, the words that we have to say, we say them from the absolute truth. You look at yourself and you are really telling it yourself. You reflect it and people see it.
AB: There is not only one person as a scriptwriter, but there are several ... so, to really achieve the unity of the character, the actor or actress who is in charge of that character counts a lot because it is who , really, has lived through all situations and gives you that point of unity. So there are times that you propose based on what you think your character would say or the tone in which they would say it. In this case, we don't even name them. It is looking at each other and saying ..No? "this, right?", "Yes, yes, yes" (Laughter).
Y.B .: The last day of recording, for example. We turned it over.
A.B .: We listen to each other a lot.
MW: Another thing that stood out to me was the indirect communication that you tell me about. Even that in some scenes there was more dialogue in the looks than in the text you were saying.
A.B .: I think it's because of that trust we have on each other. We listen to each other. I know what your text is, but I don't know what your line of thought is. Well, get to a point where I know what you're thinking. If there is something that goes wrong, we redirect it together. Without crossing a word. We look at each other, we listen to each other, we read our minds.
Y.B .: In the end, it's like in life. You find people that, energetically, you connect and others with whom you don't. Aria and I, on an artistic level, we connect infinity. Suddenly things flow. It's wonderful because it doesn't always happen.
MW: A few weeks ago a colleague of yours told me that he began to work much calmer when he was aware of leaving his ego behind and making his partner or co-star feel good in the replica.
Y.B .: It's also in life, right? When you think that the other is okay, in the end, you end up being okay. Because giving is receiving.
A.B .: I think the first mistake of a rookie actor / actress is, I'm here, I put myself here and say my line. Like everything the world thinks is acting work. Which is normal because it is what you see. You don't see the work behind it as in many other professions. But speaking of this, I think that, at first, one always thinks that it is, I put myself here, I say my sentence concentrating on what I have to say, how I feel, where I transit ... No, no, no, look at the other. What do you think? What do you feel? When there really is chemistry, that comes out.
"WE LOOK AT OURSELVES. WE LISTEN TO OURSELVES. WE READ OUR THOUGHTS" - ARIA
MW: When they tell you that your story has reached more than 33 countries, what is your first thought?
Y.B .: There isn't one, there are a thousand (Laughter). It's like ... I don't understand anything! (Laughs)
A.B .: Also that it reaches Spanish-speaking countries you can understand it, but to non-Spanish-speaking countries such as Germany or China. China? Belgium? Romania? Russia?
MW: You also have to bear in mind that in many of those countries the way of telling the story is completely different from ours.