PODCAST | Cristiana Palmieri interviews Natalia de Molina, actress of the film “Kiki, Love to Love” from the 20th Spanish Film Festival in Sydney, Australia.
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Continuing to champion Spanish cinema in a stunningly diverse array of films with the country’s most exciting filmmakers, Natalia de Molina talks about her latest film Kiki, Love to Love directed by Paco Leon, her acting career and how to keep a healthy balance between being a “Shooting Star” and an ordinary person.
Kiki, Love To Love is an injection of Latino spirit and an Almodóvar-esque blending of comedy and pathos makes. It is irresistibly unique
KIKI, LOVE TO LOVE. Freely adapted from the Australian film The Little Death, Kiki, Love to Love tells the separate stories of five charismatic characters who all share one thing in common: an unusual impulse that they are unable to suppress. Determined to shed the self-imposed inhibitions prompted by their desires, these madrileños embark on a hilarious series of adventures in which no pleasure can – nor will – be denied.