Actor Allan Souza Lima, interpreter of Cristian Cravinhos in The Girl Who Killed His Parents, which tells the story of young Suzane von Richthofen, convicted of her parents' death in 2002, revealed that the most difficult scene was that of the court when involved deposes. The actor also said that lost 7 kg to live the character.
"It was two days crying all day. It was a very odd job. For the first time I had a limitation to do something within the context. He is from São Paulo, has some tricks to speak. When I had contact with the statement, when I heard the voice his image is cathartic. The image he has is completely contradictory to what he appeared to be. It is from my study of the process. He has something very childish. He was the one who cried the most, "
The actor also said that tried to have contact with Cristian, but was not authorized by the production. "They have no involvement with the film, which is based on the case file," he explained.
Actress Carla Diaz will live in Suzane. The story will be told in two films that open on the same day: "The Girl Who Killed Her Parents" and "The Boy Who Killed My Parents" will bring different points of view on the case, Suzane's and Daniel Cravinhos, his then boyfriend, who also participated in the crime. Cristian is Daniel's brother.
"It's a sensitive subject. It's a controversial movie. It has a side supporting, others criticizing. I, as an actor, always say that to make a character is to understand the head of the human being," said Allan.