Michael Cera And Sebastian Silva Video Interview On 'Crystal Fairy'
Michael Cera teams up with writer-director Sebastian Silva for his latest adventure comedy Crystal Fairy & The Magical Cactus. Cera plays a young man traveling in Chile who along with his friends, invite an eccentric women to join their quest of finding a psychedelic drug from the San Pedro cactus. “I think this kind of substances kind of help step out of yourself and like see things differently. So I highly recommend kids to take drugs,” Silvia told Uinterview exclusively.
Cera moved to Chile and studied Spanish for the role. “We were going to go make this other film Magic Magic and then it just kept getting delayed so I ended up staying there a lot longer than I’d planned … and I can’t wait to go back. I think I have a lot of friends there now and it really feels like I have a second family there now,” Cera told Uinterview.
- Q: The characters in the movie experiment with drugs. What do you think about drug experimentation? - Uinterview
- A: SILVA: It’s so important I mean to like develop somehow like a spiritual life or relationship with yourself that’s outside of like mundane experience right? And I feel that yeah if its you not buying into religion, which is really hard to nowadays. I think this kind of substances kind of help step out of yourself and like see things differently. So I highly recommend kids to take drugs. No but I’m not talking about cocaine or crystal meth, you know what I’m talking about its like… yeah [laughs] that kind of stuff. CERA: I don’t know. The friends that I grew up with that have done drugs have been like really sad to watch. But [laughs] I’ve seen it get bad with people so. SILVA: I mean that’s the thing, like drugs is such a broad term. And I think its wrong to consider just I don’t know mescaline a drug and putting it in the same bag as crack. Because it really takes you different places.
- Q: Did you enjoy living in chile and learning Spanish while filming the movie? - Riannan
- A: That was a very strange three months and it was a real pleasure and a real special moment in my life. Sebastian’s family basically adopted me they were kind enough to take me into their home. And, you know, it wasn’t supposed to be three months that I was there, it was supposed to be there just one month and we were going to go make this other film Magic Magic and then it just kept getting delayed so I ended up staying there a lot longer than I’d planned… and I can't wait to go back. I think I have a lot of friends there now and it really feels like I have a second family there now.
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