A few years ago, producer Peter Guber (Midnight Express or The Color Purple) was horrified to see a plasma screen over a urinal, and feared that the world would prefer the short story that took up the time of a urination to the narration endowed with suspense, conflict and resolution of cinematographic stories. Worse has gone to journalism, where digital news readers hardly exceed the minute. Long or deep articles have few customers. Public opinion is the result of pecking especially social networks.
These days an eighty-second sexual video of the actor Santi Millán with an unknown woman has been released without the consent of the participants. Like all gossip, it has been widely disseminated, even though Millán warned that with it he was not only being the victim of an attack on his privacy, but above all a crime was being committed. The video has been removed, but continues to bounce around on WhatsApp. But beyond the memes and Instagram posts that it has generated and that are part of that liquid society in which we have had to live, Rosa Olucha, the wife of the actor and television director, has gained prominence, who has hit a kick in the ass to both male chauvinist and paternalistic who has wanted to turn her into a victim.
Olucha has written on his Instagram profile that to all those who ask him how he is or who gives him their full support, he replies that he is fine, but that they should ask how he is, that he has suffered an attack on his privacy. And he warns them that she is not a victim and that each one sets up a family according to her criteria; theirs is based on freedom, respect and tolerance. To conclude that she is lazy that at this point consensual and private sex between adults still causes scandals in this Catholic and patriarchal society.
The director's reaction is exemplary, so those who rushed to sympathize with her or joke about this matter, what they did was prejudge a private relationship that no one should care about. Olucha is not poor me. Poor people are those who recreate in the lives of others, when it is a matter that only concerns those interested.