María Rojo recalls Alejandro González Inaritti's mistreatment of actors.

Maria Rojo vows not to work with Alejandro González Iñárritu due to allegations of misconduct (Getty Images)

During an interview George Donkey Van Rankin, Maria Rojo He didn't hesitate to ask for directions Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu He asserted that he treated his crew unfairly in the film recordings.

The actress indicated that she likes Gonzalez Iñárritu's work, but doesn't want to talk about him, and doesn't want to act for him because he's known in the union. Bad treatments It has its extra features.

The protagonist Near sunrise He complained that Alejandro, a very famous and talented director, does not treat his actors with respect.

Actors pointed out that González Inarritu is known in the art world for his mistreatment. (Credit: YouTube Jorge El Burro Van Rankin)

“If you're a genius and you're very smart (…) you shouldn't treat people badly, make everything you film hell. “I didn't say that, that's what the people who filmed it said.”

Although she doesn't say he ever mistreated her, the director was sued a few years ago by his extras, who accused him of exporting them for work.

He also mentioned that there were complaints from the members as well Bart; However, he did not want to go into details.

Extras from “limbo” he accuses of labor exploitation (Photo by Vianney Le Carre/Invision/AP)

“Look at the extras, you know, they never care. You can put them through 400 hours under the sun, they're heroic, aren't they? The extras, out there, sued him for appearing on the small screen!”

The conversation about González Iñarritu's behavior did not stop there Donkey Van Rankin admits that the director was his best friend, but he has since drifted away from him rejection An interview.

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According to George, he previously had a very close relationship with the director Love dogsWell, they work together.

El Pro said he did not want to work with Alejandro González Iñárritu because of how he acted the last time they spoke (Photo: EFE / Juan Herrero)

At that time, Van Rankin supported in various ways such as Lending clothesThe public can see pictures of him taking him in his car or even interviewing him.

Because of this close relationship, he thought he would agree to an interview during the recording The Revenant; However, Alejandro's response completely changed their friendship due to the way he was rejected.

“He's a great friend of mine, he worked at WFM, he's a unique character, crazy, irreverent, an imagination, a genius (…) to me he's a zing** BlackBut still Something is goneBecause when I told him I was making a film The Revenant In Canada… when I had no car I passed him and went to America,” he began his story. Donkey.

After the conversation, Van Rankin walked away from the director (EFE/Jose Méndez/Archive)

“I spoke to him one day (…) I was doing The Revenant in Canada, and with a hell of a chill, he replied: 'What's up, donkey?', I haven't spoken to him in a long time. 'Let me interview you' and chin**', you know what he replied to me? (…) 'Donkey, what am I going to tell you?' “I don't know if I'm talking to God.”

Jorge was angered by González's response because when Amores Perros came out, he asked her to interview him for attention, which he accepted for supporting him in his career as a director.

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“He asked me for help while he was doing it Love dogs, I was the director of a radio station and I interviewed him because he asked me and I supported him. so, It's not worth it“, he said.

Both Van Rankin and Maria Rojo compared him to other directors of equal fame because – as they shared – no one treated his colleagues like him.

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