Lucho Cáceres does not recommend watching 'The Snow Society' from Netflix: “I wasted two and a half hours of my life”

Trailer for The Snow Society, a film about survivors of a Uruguayan plane crash in the Andes mountain range

Movie 'The Snow Society', Recently released Netflix and in cinema chains like Cineplanet, has created mixed reactions among the public. Despite the good opinions of experts, the Peruvian actor Lucho Cáceres, who expressed his displeasure with the film through his social networks, was highly criticized.

This fiction is an adaptation Novel by Pablo Vierci, It tells the true story of the 16 survivors of a 1972 plane crash in the Andes. It is directed by Argentina's Martin Hodara and features an international cast including Enzo Vogrynczyk Roldan, Simon Hempe, Matthias Reigault.

After its release on the platform, many appreciated the film. However, not everyone is satisfied with this new version, which joins two previous films about the same event: 'Survivors of the Andes' (1976) Y 'They live!’ (1993).

'The Snow Society' didn't convince Lucho Casares, so he criticized Netflix while talking about the film. | Catch/YouTube/Netflix

Lucho Caceres created controversy after expressing his displeasure with the Netflix movie 'The Snow Society', which is currently leading content charts on the platform.

Through his Instagram profile, he too Protagonist of 'Mil Officios' series He said he felt he had wasted two and a half hours watching the movie, which left the audience in awe.

“I feel like I wasted two and a half hours of my life. He mentioned in his post's description that it's not a remake, it's told from a different angle, and that's not enough for me.

Along these lines, he indicated that despite the many positive comments he had read, his personal experience was different. “I don't know if it was because I knew exactly what was going to happen or because I just wanted the first one,” he added.

Lucho Cáceres' publication about 'The Snow Society'. | Capture/Instagram

His reaction has sparked widespread debate among netizens. So, he responded to some user comments, defending his point of view and demanding respect for different perspectives.

“I'm not doing any satire as you suggest, I'm just expressing what I felt while watching the film,” he insisted, adding that there was no unanimous obligation that everyone should like it.

Lucho Caceres also created controversy last December 2023 for criticizing the final of 'Al Fondo Hay Sitio'. Through his Instagram account, he questioned the quality and interest raised by the result of the national production.

Lucho Cáceres and Eric Elera face a controversy on social networks after the end of 'Al Fondo Hey Sitio'.

Interpreter's Statements a Virtual debate with Eric Elera, The actor, who plays 'Joel Gonzalez' in the above fiction, responded with a joke. The controversy escalated when the translator told him not to waste time on stories he considered predictable and simple.

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“As for being attentive, I do everything, Eric dear, cinema, theater and television, I work on it, but it never occurs to me to waste a second, even a minute, in front of a second. Over 20 years of history repeating itself“, said.

“It's totally not suspenseful, it's totally predictable and ridiculous in the worst ways, actually, I think it's stupid instead of entertaining, but that's just my view,” he added in his Instagram message.

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Actress Irma Mowry, 73, tried to keep the debate in a more light-hearted tone, however, she also defended the audience's interest in the consequences of television fiction.

Additionally, Lucho Cáceres expressed his decision not to participate 'The Great Celebrity Chef', Although recognizing the value of true form.

In his own words: “I like the program, I think it's there now, but I don't see myself there,” he revealed during an interview with 'Cinismero'.

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