Nathalie Poza, Goya for best leading actress for “I do not know how to say goodbye”
Nathalie Poza receives the award for best leading actress for her role in “I do not know how to say goodbye”, on February 3, 2018, at the Goya awards ceremony of Spanish cinema, in Madrid
The Spaniard Nathalie Poza was crowned Saturday night as the best actress in the Goya awards gala, for her role as a daughter in the film “I do not know how to say goodbye”.
Madrileña of 45 years, Poza took the prize in the category of main actress before his rivals Penélope Cruz (“Loving Pablo”), Emily Mortimer (“The bookstore”) and Maribel Verdú (“Abracadabra”).
“This road is very uncertain, and there are many people who have been enthusing me over these years,” said the actress when collecting the prize, thanking her mother, her father and her brother Pedro.
The Spanish Academy of Cinema was conquered with the interpretation of Poza, for whom this was his third nomination in the prizes considered the Oscars of Spanish cinema.
In the film, Poza gives life to Carla, a woman who receives a call to inform her that her father, with whom she has no relationship for years, is ill.
In the first feature of Lino Escalera, in which Juan Diego and Lola Dueñas also play, the woman will undertake a trip with her father that will help them to reunite emotionally, but also for Carmen to assume that she has to say goodbye.
Actress of theater and television, Poza said that she assumed the interpretation of Carmen with “certain vertigo”, because she had lost her own father not long ago.
“He’s a complex character, with a lot of pain and a very deep wound (…) Then he talks about things you know,” Poza said in an interview with the SensaCine portal.