What the aunt taught Miguel Ángel Muñoz about intergenerational love

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June 13, 2022 / IGLUU by igloo

Miguel Ángel Muñoz is no longer MAM, that young man who attracted the attention of hundreds of teenagers thanks to his role in the series A step forward. Today, at 40 years old, he sees things differently.

He continues to have enthusiasm for his job and it could be said that he is in a very sweet moment. His time at Masterchef has given him even greater popularity and he has made his debut as a film director with his film 100 days with the aunt, in which he recounts his experience caring for the woman who cared for him as a child during confinement. A beautiful story of friendship and love that has earned him several awards and international recognition.

The idea, he says, was to reflect the special relationship that unites him with his father, but also, incidentally, portray confinement, intergenerational relationships and caregiver syndrome.

About to premiere a rural romantic comedy, Elsewhere, he says that one of the great joys that working on it has given him is meeting again with two great friends: Pablo Puyol and Jesús del Cerro, something that Muñoz describes as a gift.

Miguel Ángel Muñoz is not afraid of growing old, something he has learned from his father. And he claims to feel more comfortable with the decisions he makes and how he makes them.

The actor and director talks about all this and more in this interview with Enrique Alpanes for igloo.

Miguel Ángel Muñoz is no longer MAM, that young man who attracted the attention of hundreds of teenagers thanks to his role in the series A step forward. Today, at 40 years old, he sees things differently.

He continues to have enthusiasm for his job and it could be said that he is in a very sweet moment. His time at Masterchef has given him even greater popularity and he has made his debut as a film director with his film 100 days with the aunt, in which he recounts his experience caring for the woman who cared for him as a child during confinement. A beautiful story of friendship and love that has earned him several awards and international recognition.

The idea, he says, was to reflect the special relationship that unites him with his father, but also, incidentally, portray confinement, intergenerational relationships and caregiver syndrome.

About to premiere a rural romantic comedy, Elsewhere, he says that one of the great joys that working on it has given him is meeting again with two great friends: Pablo Puyol and Jesús del Cerro, something that Muñoz describes as a gift.

Miguel Ángel Muñoz is not afraid of growing old, something he has learned from his father. And he claims to feel more comfortable with the decisions he makes and how he makes them.

The actor and director talks about all this and more in this interview with Enrique Alpanes for igloo.