Jennifer Garner: “In this pandemic I have said yes to my children more than necessary” INTERVIEW | today if | Netflix | covid-19 | pandemic | ARE

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We spoke to the Hollywood star while she was serving a quarantine two weeks somewhere in Vancouver. In his contract for an upcoming film, it was stipulated that he had to spend that time with other members of the production to ensure that everyone was healthy before filming. There they do not trust COVID tests, possible false negatives or positives. So, the fifteen days Jennifer Garner (48) he spent them doing yoga, inventing games with his confinement companions and attending interviews to promote his latest film ¡Hoy si !, which was already released in Netflix. Through a WhatsApp call she is heard with the same upward energy so characteristic of her character as Jenna in If I Had 30. Very kind. Landed.

“Ah, how I would like to go to Lima”, The also producer of the family comedy begins in which a mother and father agree to give their three children a full day in which they will say yes to all their requirements. With all the consequences that, of course, this can entail. This told us about the project, her children and the pandemic.

It has already been a year since the pandemic started. How many ‘yes’ have you said to your children in this time?

Without a doubt, I have said yes more than necessary. I have said yes by letting them see things that they normally would not have allowed. I said yes to staying up late. I have said yes to what they have wanted to eat. Anything that can give you a little happiness in these harsh circumstances, I have been willing.

You are a working mom. In addition, like millions in the world, what has been done at home as a teacher, nurse, cook, entertainer. With all this dynamics after twelve months, how do you feel?

I feel exhausted … and worried that my children are doing well throughout this process. Obviously I want this to end and for our health to no longer be compromised but, I don’t know if I have said this out loud, I am afraid that when this is over I will no longer have my teenager by my side all the time. My three children are always at home. And even though I want them to go out and live their lives, I know that at some point I’m going to miss their proximity. I say this knowing that I am fortunate to have a roof, food, work and not the concerns of so many people. I am very aware of it.

That is why you are so interested in social work.

That’s how it is. I want to work with Save the Children again, to visit moms from all over the country and see what their experiences have been like. Raise money to help your children.

Why did you decide to participate in Yes Today !?

I read the book the movie is based on (Yes day! By Amy Krouse Rosenthal) when my children were young. My second daughter was three when she fell in love with the idea and so I agreed to give her a “yes day” once a year. He’s twelve now, so we’ve been doing it for nine. We always have a good time, so I was excited to be part of a film that told that story because I had already lived.

You have worked with the director Miguel Arteta and your co-star is Édgar Ramírez. How do you think the background Latino of both has influenced the film?

Sure, are you kidding? The entire cast was influenced by this multicultural energy and joy. I even learned about cooking. I already prepare very well Venezuelan arepas, for example. I love them … The truth is that the director and I believed that the story should be led by an intercultural marriage. I have an Argentine friend who is married to an American and I adore the dynamics they have, that’s why we decided to copy it.

That approach can be very relevant especially in times like these, full of intolerance.

Sure. The world is so global. You are in Lima, I am in Canada and we are talking about a movie that thanks to Netflix will be seen all over the world. It’s silly not to have a broad mind about it.

With the director Miguel Arteta and the actor Édgar Ramírez.  (Photo: Netflix)
With the director Miguel Arteta and the actor Édgar Ramírez. (Photo: Netflix)
Allison (Garner) and Carlos Torres (Ramírez) are two husbands who decide to give their three children a full day in which they will say yes to all their requirements.  (Photo: Netflix)
Allison (Garner) and Carlos Torres (Ramírez) are two husbands who decide to give their three children a full day in which they will say yes to all their requirements. (Photo: Netflix)

What is it like to work in Hollywood with the situation of the pandemic above?

Being on set with other actors, with the film crew, makes me feel very grateful. The fact of being in community… wow. A year ago, when we finished filming Yes Today !, how little we knew about the year that was going to await us and how much the film could entertain today in these times. Hopefully families gather on the couch and see it together. That’s my wish.

How do you think the industry will change with the pandemic?

I think the change with the streaming it already happened. Look at Netflix, now no one can compete with them. But hopefully the cinema will come back and we can see some movies there.

Because of your celebrity, did you have a chance to go to the movies?

Yes, I was going. Well, for many years I did not do it because they followed me a lot and I did not go anywhere, but before the pandemic I did. I miss it a lot. I’d go right now if I could. //

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Jennifer Garner: “In this pandemic I have said yes to my children more than necessary” INTERVIEW | today if | Netflix | covid-19 | pandemic | ARE

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