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Eugenio Derbez on Pan Dulce and Curiosity

Eugenio Derbez talks about the differences between making movies in the US and Mexico, his favorite and least favorite pan dulce, and, most importantly, how he learned to channel master teacher Sergio Juárez for the movie Radical.
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And speaking of movies,
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we actually got to see Radical this weekend.
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I was an emotional wreck.
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It was like so sad.
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It was such a good movie though,
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but I literally had just gotten my make up done and was
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ready to go after the movie.
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And no, it was all ruined.
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It's funny. It's a roller coaster game.
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You laugh, you cry,
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you're angry, you're feeling hopeful.
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And but anyways a true story and it's not based on a
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true story. So you know,
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that hits different. But enough of us chatting about it,
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we actually have Eugenio Derbez and Seo Juarez,
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a teacher that the story is based on joining us.
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Now we Nuestra Primera Pregunta,
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Porque Chingo Noisier on Ch Ya Para Que Pelicula Un on the
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Yore 10. Appren Ique Radical de Peliculas Teen que que capes
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tear to Corazon. No,
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Porto de Contar much.
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What's the difference between shooting from Mexico in Los Esta Unidos?
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When you shoot in Mexico,
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you have no money.
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The budgets are like like this 10% of what you can
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do in, in the US and in when you shoot in
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the US, normally you have more resources.
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You have a bigger budgets.
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The studios are, they,
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they pay more for a movie than in Mexico in Mexico.
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If you make a movie that costs more than $3 million it's
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it's too expensive in the US.
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If you made, make a movie with $5 million it's too
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cheap. So that's,
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that's the difference. Yano del Sear.
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Quezon Cosa Eugenio.
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Que a pue peo tete viendo la de Sergio,
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Oe pue es Mucho Mas queso.
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Noso. El el tra de Maestro.
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No, no, no.
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Y el Maestro de las co I lo logro Sergio in contra
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Manera de lo,
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no, no. A a telo.
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No, lo a lo a pen en de de fu queremos
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to los Cono siento.
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Que existen. Que los absorb claves.
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Que No, no,
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no de de de la de de de la de Otra
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So in the movie,
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you have a scene at the beginning with the director where
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he goes to get Pan Dulce for the staff,
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right? All the teachers.
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So I wanted to know what is your favorite and your
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least favorite? The best and the worst.
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Pan Dulce. My favorite.
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Pan Dulce is Las Campanas camp.
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There's something like ODR made with OD and what's your least favorite
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favorite? Las Conchas?
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I know everyone love conchas.
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I know. I know.
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I know. I can't believe it,
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but for some reason I don't like cones that much.
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I love more Nitos or croissants than conchas.
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Maybe the con are too mainstream,
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too basic that you're like,
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nice thing. Exactly.
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Exactly. I'm not going to lie.
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I'm disappointed, but I really appreciate all your time and all
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your inside. It was such a pleasure to talk to
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you both and always see the film.
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Like you said, I was laughing,
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I was crying, I was laughing and crying again and I
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I can't wait to see more for more people's reactions to
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this. Obviously, like you said,
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it's a story that has to be told.
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It's not always pretty,
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but again, there's beautiful aspects of it and hardship.
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So again, thank you so much for for making us
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cry. You guys really inspired me and,
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and Tambien le quere Sergio Tambien.
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Wow. To lo queso de ver los Los gracias,
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gracias gracias. Thank you.
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Thank you. Thank you.
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Hey guys. So make sure to watch Radical this Friday January
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26th. It's streaming on Vics.
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Highly recommend grab your tissues that.