Ester Expósito did not want to miss the Cannes Film Festival. The Spanish actress has been seen on the red carpet of the film festival with a spectacular Versace outfit. During her stay at the festival, the interpreter has had the opportunity to tell the meaning of all her tattoos.
The Spanish artist has attended the great international cinema event to present her new film Lost in the Night, written and directed by director Amat Escalante. In an interview that she has given to Vogue magazine, the actress has spoken about her tattoos while she was preparing for the occasion.
While the interpreter is being made up, take the opportunity to tell the story of her tattoos. Expósito explains that she has several, but they are all small so that it is easy to cover them, since in the world of cinema it is very common to hide them so that the actor or actress can adapt to each character.
"I like those with a fine needle," said the actress. She has a Roman numeral five because it's her special number. She also has a very particular number tattooed, 393. These are her kilometers between her house in Madrid and her town in Galicia. "Since I was a baby, I go there in the summer and I have my gang of friends, I love it and I go to the parties every summer," he explained. He also has a tattoo with a lot of meaning with his friends from the town, and that's the one that has on the foot
He also has a moon tattoo, because he is a person who is a big fan of tides and femininity. ''I am very lunatic,'' she declared. On the nape of her neck is a Japanese phrase, ''the beauty of the ephemeral''.
"It symbolizes all the moments in life that are precious and so intense but only because they are ephemeral, if they were forever they would not be so special, they are because they end and also the nostalgia and sadness of understanding that," he confessed during the interview.