Antonio Pagudo gave an interview to El Hormiguero on Monday, March 13. The actor, who presented the film Under Therapy, revealed in the program the game he has with his wife, Mónica Cordobés.
"You and your partner do therapy in your own way. For example, you do therapy in restaurants, which is a game. I'm going to say why I know so much. Antonio's wife is Mónica, who works here. We have put a little pressure on Mónica and he has told us little things," said Pablo Motos. "You guys play a game in restaurants that is 'if I had to choose,'" he added.
The game consists of both choosing someone with whom they would have a fling. "Well, but this is what everyone plays. And sometimes we play in the supermarket. It's something that keeps us a little playful, active, fresh. When we start to be together, we release jealousy like this, by sharing things what we thought," he admitted.
"I think it's something basic in communication. There are times when jealousy forces you to cover up a lot of things and hide a lot of things, and it's better to throw it all out without fear. I have many friends who don't share that. I do," he added. So much trust in the couple that they have made an agreement in the event that one of the two dies. "If one of the two dies, the other has a couple arranged in some way," she wielded.
Antonio Pagudo also told how he manages the tensions in the couple. "The best thing is, when the discussion starts, to say 'come on, let's go walk, kick'. We have a little path that is about eight kilometers and you have to do it in less than an hour and a half, you have to give it a go," he confessed.
"Walking is cleaning, you are leaving things behind, the body is segregating a lot of things and, when you have arrived, you say 'a little shower?'" he said. The interpreter will premiere Under Therapy on Friday, March 17. The film, directed by Gerardo Herrero, also has Malena Alterio, Alexandra Jiménez, Fele Martínez and Eva Ugarte in its cast, among other actors.
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