Erto Pantoja was the last invited to talk to the podcast Impact on the Face, where he reviewed his career in national soap operas. And one of his most prominent roles was in The fair, iconic TVN production.
There the actor played Humberto Fonseca, a man whom Catalina Chamorro (Cluadia Di Girolamo) left planted at the altar in the first chapter.
And even though his character didn’t have the best of intentions, ended up becoming a hero in the last episode, after saving the life of The fair, being shot by Magdalena Ossandón (Aline Küppenheim), who was known as the ‘Joyita’.
And it was precisely that scene that marked the actor, due to a particular sensation he experienced. “When I read it, I found it interesting, because it was strong, powerful for the story”, he began recounting.
“When I did, it was fierce, because I left. It’s not that they put the camera on, it’s done and that’s it, but you have to hold the scene and it happened to me that I fell on Clauda’s legs (Di Girolamo) and she grabs me super strong, with that powerful energy that she has ”, Pantoja added.
“He shakes me and starts yelling my name. I was lying on my back, on her legs and looking at the sky, and I felt that I was leaving, of leaving. I felt the cameras moving and then it was over. We stayed with Claudia there, she cached and stayed with me for a long time, so I could go down. I went to heaven, hueónErto said with a broken voice.
“I stayed there as empty and they left us alone, while they took everything apart, until my soul was appeased and there it remainedHe recalled, explaining his reaction. “It excites me, because it really happened and Claudia was a good co-worker, with great sensitivity”added.
Finally, he indicated that he liked how the remembered scene was finally recorded. “It was super good, but internally it meant something else too”, closed the sensitive moment.
Check out the commented scene from The fair: