Zero Zero Zero: drug trafficking is everyone's problem
The story Zero Zero Zero produced by Stefano Sollima and Gina Giardini, among others, is available on the Amazon Prime Video platform and features names like Dane DeeHan ("The amazing Spider-man 2") and Harold Torres ("Run coyote run"), among others, in its international cast.
To portray the police drama based on Roberto Saviano's book of the same name, they visited countries such as Mexico, Senegal, Morocco, Italy, and the United States, among others, as the story follows the journey of a cocaine shipment, from its departure through the Mexican cartels in Monterrey to the Italian crime syndicates.
Claudia Pineda attended the Venice Film Festival for the premiere of Zero Zero Zero, an Italian series whose protagonist is cocaine and which has everything to become the next television hit.
According to the Mexican actress in an interview with Publimetro, this is not a "narco-series" that glorifies drug trafficking or drug traffickers, but rather seeks to raise awareness of the problem so great that it means.
"Once you cross a limit, there's no going back. We must all take responsibility and society must open its eyes," she says.
Pineda plays Chiquitita, a pregnant woman who lives in the world of cholos in Mexico, who like other characters around the world is involved with cocaine, "is everywhere, everyone is involved," says the actress.
Zero Zero Zero, based on Roberto Saviano's novel Zero Zero Zero, revolves around cocaine trafficking around the world and how it affects each of us without being directly involved.
The series is set in New Orleans, Africa, Italy, and Mexico, and will be released next year for various platforms such as Sky Italia, Canal + de Francia, HBO Europe, and Amazon International.
It is directed by Stefano Sollima and produced by Richard Middleton, Janus Metz, and Pablo Trapero; and among the international stars Pineda shares the cast with are Gabriel Byrne, Dane DeHaan, and Andrea Riseborough, as well as Mexican Harold Torres.
Venice recognizes it
Pineda traveled with part of the cast and the director of the series to present the series in the framework of the Venice Film Festival, where she received public recognition with great applause.
Moreover, for Claudia Pineda, it represents a great step in her career, because although she has participated in important projects such as Dogma, Hasta que te conocí (Until I met you) and La dictadura perfecta (The Perfect Dictatorship), the experience she lived in Venice made her believe more in herself.
She is currently on the air with Argos and Telemundo's "Preso No. 1"; and she finished the recordings of Argos' series "Todo por ti" for Netflix, so without a doubt, when Zero Zero Zero is released, the actress will be on everyone's lips.