Alessandra Fuller released her book. The text that was already ready in 2020, had to be saved and, due to the pandemic and its prolongation, they decided to make a virtual launch, according to the times.
The actress enjoys this new facet, in addition to waiting for her return to the big screen. Titled ‘Reach a dream’, The book has eight chapters through which the young interpreter encourages the pursuit and fulfillment of dreams.
“Yes, the idea was to motivate. The purpose of this book, beyond sharing my beginnings and the experience of going in search of my dreams, is to motivate them to come true. Life is one, everything is achieved based on perseverance, commitment and dedication. I think it is the engine and the secret formula and we are able to achieve everything we propose, that is the objective, whatever the context, the dream you have. Although I give several tips that I used in the acting world, they can be applied to any area. I loved the format, it is very personal. I think it meant a lot of growth in every way”, Says the actress of ‘Ven, baila, quinceañera’ and agrees that it is a kind of diary. “As is, intimate and dynamic, full of images. It’s literally like a part of me. “
The Peruvian influencer with more than 3 million followers on Instagram She says writing took her out of her comfort zone. “Being a genre that I had not experienced, different from what I had done in any stage of my life, it demanded a lot of concentration and dedication. I had to spin moments and be at a slower speed than I normally am, because I live like a machine that never stops. It was looking for a quiet space and finding the narrative we were looking for. With the support of my editor, who was guiding me to have a narrative level in order, everything flowed to know myself as a whirlpool, an overwhelming roller coaster. In short, an apprenticeship because of the most difficult, most complicated scenarios we learn the most ”.
Fuller says the key is “always find light around you, look for people who motivate you, give you strength and believe in you. What is around you is important, from people to what movie to watch, what book to read or what music to listen to. All this inspires us and influences the quality of our thoughts ”.
There is a chapter where you say that at the age of 6 you suffered bullying …
Yes, I was in the nest and could not pronounce the “R”, even my loved ones made fun of it. I didn’t see it as a mistake at the time, I just couldn’t pronounce it right. What I was not aware of was the sense of mockery of these loved ones at something that I did not see as a mistake. I remember that it marked me, let’s say it was my first experience with teasing, my first exposure to bullying. And I remember staying at the end of classes to practice pronunciation. How is life, contradictorily I ended up being an actress, for which a good diction is needed. One day you can’t pronounce well and the next day you have the diction to be able to act.
By the way, what plans do you have in acting?
I’m not doing TV, but it’s definitely my passion. Less than a month ago I finished filming ‘Sugar in Trouble’, which I star in with a great Mexican actor, David Zepeda. It was directed by José Salinas. And now I’m with a new project, a thriller, by Martín Casapía called ‘Between us’. I admire Martín a lot, he is young and he is eating the world. He has just put on Netflix ‘La Foquita: el 10 de la calle’.
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