The sensational actress Maria Felix She is a great representative of Mexican cinema. With a surprising acting capacity and indisputable beauty, the star of all time stood out in each of the productions that she participated, for which today she is considered an international icon.
In 1960 it was the fourth most photographed woman in the world, only after Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren and Marlene Dietrich. And it is that this woman had a captivating and imposing personality that classified her as “a monstrously perfect being,” according to Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo’s husband.
Despite having left this world almost 20 years ago, Maria Felix continues to be present through his work and curious statements in various interviews. Just a video in which he talks about the reasons why he never participated in a production of Hollywood, is giving what to talk about on social networks.
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WHAT DID MARÍA FÉLIX SAY?
The interpreter of ” A woman without a soul ” revealed why he preferred to make movies in Mexico and Europe, but not in USA. Sitting on a throne worthy of the queen that she was, the actress declared in said interview that she did not participate in American films because the characters were not up to her height:
“I didn’t go to make American movies, not because I didn’t want to, but because they didn’t offer me something as interesting as I would have wanted.”
Likewise, she pointed out that she did not need those roles because she had better proposals waiting for her, as proof of that she has an extensive cinematographic list that supports her: “They offered me slips, and I didn’t want slips, because I had the great roles in my country and in Europe. And little pieces of paper, just playing an Indian there, no, I never liked it ”.
HOW DID MARÍA FÉLIX DIE?
Felix passed away at the age of 88 due to a heart failure. The singer was also sleeping and her body was discovered almost nine hours after the event, the April 8, 2002. A tribute was made to him in the Palace of Fine Arts and was buried in a family tomb in the French Pantheon, in Mexico City.