Benicio Del Toro recreates a children’s game he plays with his daughter in a new film

The film “The French Dispatch” opens this Thursday in theaters in Puerto Rico with high expectations among movie fans thanks to the excellent group of actors that make up its cast.

On the list is Benicio Del Toro, a renowned Puerto Rican actor who plays one of the film’s protagonists.

“The French Dispatch” is the newest film in the collection of films by Wes Anderson, the prestigious film director who as usual presents great stories through the performance of excellent actors. However, this new installment seems to be the most amazing yet. As part of the great cast there are award-winning actors and nominees for important awards during the past years, such as: Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Jeffrey Wright, Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Timothée Chalamet, Léa Seydoux and Benicio Del Toro, among many others.

According to a press release, Benicio Del Toro shared his experience about the filming process and mentioned that Anderson asked the actors to freeze in front of the camera: “I play that with my daughter, she is probably one of the The first things I remember playing as a kid, and all of a sudden we’re all doing that, every actor from Tilda Swinton to Henry Winkler, all these legends, all playing. Wes could have frozen the action digitally, but he preferred it to be real, and all the actors were frozen … you can feel it, it’s something tangible, and the audience can feel the fun behind it, “explained the Oscar winner for the tape “Traffic.”

Benicio Del Toro in a poster for the movie “The French Dispatch.” (Supplied Supplied)

Del Toro became a father in August 2011 with the birth of Delilah Del Toro Stewart, the product of his relationship with model Kimberly Stewart, daughter of legendary British singer Rod Stewart.

Along with this excellent cast of actors, the film presents a drama with many details and a captivating story. It reveals a collection of four stories published by the American magazine The French Dispatch located in a fictional French city of the 20th century. Venue for the latest collaborative journalism project to honor the recent death of Arthur Howitzer Jr., the magazine’s editor.

“The French Dispatch” opens on October 21 only in Fine Arts cinemas.