Úrsula Corberó is one of the most important actresses in our current audiovisual panorama. Although many knew her for her role as Ruth in the legendary Antena 3 series Physics or Chemistry, the young artist became popular around the world when Money Heist became one of the most viewed fictions in history.
Since last Friday, September 8, we can see The Body on Fire, his latest work, on the Netflix streaming platform. In a matter of days, the series created by Laura Sarmiento has become one of the biggest hits of the season, winning the title of the most viewed content in countless countries around the planet. The popular response has been very good and thousands of people contact Corberó and Quim Gutiérrez (co-star of the story) every day to congratulate them and congratulate them.
The fiction is based on the well-known crime of the Urban Police. This is the murder of Pedro Rodríguez, a 38-year-old Barcelona City Police officer whose charred body was found on May 4, 2017 in a burned-out car near the Foix reservoir.
Due to the recent premiere of the project and the great promotional work being carried out by the team behind The Body on Fire, the protagonists of the series are going to different television and radio spaces to do interviews and recommend their work.
In an interview she gave for the La Script space, Corberó confessed one of the hardest moments of filming for her: ''One day I was very tired and I had a scene in the attic (...) Everything was bad. In an attic you can't look at your cell phone (...) I hit my forehead with the beam...''.
''Just as that happened, I remember that there was a new sound guy. I only thought about that person. I said 'this man, who arrives here on the first day to film and the first scene he is assigned to, suddenly Mrs. Úrsula Coberó arrives, hits his head with a beam and falls to the ground,'" the actress said openly before the attentive gaze of the presenter.
''I spent an hour and a half crying. "They had to stop filming," said the actress while the host asked her if the crew was scared and she thought she might have suffered some type of brain hematoma.
However, the actress explained that she did not have any type of bruise and that, as she always defended, "it is designed to film," although it is true that an uncomfortable situation was created and she had a bad time.