December 2, 2022
An actress talks about body and feminism in an interview. Photo: Press release/Henrique Resende/Press release/Henrique Resende

Mayana Neiva talks about pictures in a bikini: “If someone criticizes, it is because they have a narrow vision.”

On the verge of returning to movie theaters with Daniel Filho’s “Silence of the Rain,” Mayana Neva has a sharp rhetoric when it comes to talking about body and age. “One day, they published an article about me that said: ‘At 38, Mayana shows a young body.’ I wonder if they do it with male actors,” he says sarcastically. “Our body no longer has a box. J.Lo is the new 50, and Madonna is the new 60. Let the world take over.”

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By the way, the actress is in full swing in her career. He is currently on the air on TV Globo, with a reboot of “Ti-ti-ti”, and on Globoplay, with “Rotas de Ódio”. Last month, he returned to Paraíba to produce a documentary about his grandfather, shown in the interview below.

rain silence

“Participating in this film was a great learning experience. The exchange with actors like Lazaro Ramos and Otavio Muller, Thalita Carruta was a very enjoyable experience, just as working with Daniel Filo is a school. He’s a great acting director. I left this group with I learned so much more than I got it. I also consider Rose one of the most important characters in my career. I really believe in the power of this movie.”

“you you you”

“I came from the stage with Antunes Filho, but in Ti-ti-ti” the general public called me. I have nothing but fond memories of acting with Claudia Raya, that wonderful being, and also with Murillo Benicio. That group was very light. Every time I see a scene, I remember how great it was to do this series.”

An actress talks about body and feminism in an interview. Photo: Press release/Henrique Resende/Press release/Henrique Resende

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“It’s a series that has affected me a lot, ever since the script was written by Susanna Lyra. We had a whole lot of women making and thinking, my character is very powerful, a woman with very surreal weaknesses and strengths. He’s not a sleepy cold cop like we see in American productions. She’s a woman pity the stories around her.”

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Documentary about your grandfather

“When I came back to Brazil in 2017, I felt that, as an actress, I had always put myself into acting out other people’s stories and started to speak about my own. I realized that I started in the story of my grandparents, in their relationship there in the hinterland of Paraíba. My grandfather was a baler in the show , a child with meat on his head, in the midst of abject poverty, managed to overcome it, and became a photographer.”

Mayana attends a documentary about her grandfather Photo: = / Divulgation / Henrique Resende
Mayana attends a documentary about her grandfather Photo: = / Divulgation / Henrique Resende

body and age

“Normally, I don’t post a lot of bikini photos, but the other day they posted a story about me saying: ‘At 38, Mayana shows off a young body.’ I wonder if they do that with male actors. I see George Clooney doing ads a lot and I want To see a woman occupy this place, at that age. I believe the world will be different when that happens. Society overvalues ​​youth and criticizes women at the height of their wisdom. This needs to change. Our body has no more box. J.Lo is the new fifty, And Madonna is the new 60. Let the world take over.”

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bikini pictures

“I post pictures in a bikini because it’s so good to share. If someone criticizes this, it’s because they have a very narrow vision, and that’s not my problem anymore. Society has terrible expectations of women and this needs to be addressed. They have to be competent, exercise, run their time, and to be good mothers and gifts. Moreover, there is a demand for the body. We have to be what we can be. The beauty of life accepts it.”