Miguel Arteta Made A Different Movie; Reflects His Concern On Married Life With Wife
Taking things for granted is something most of us are prone to. People at times aren't appreciative of what they have until time makes them realize the importance!
The famous director Miguel Arteta can vouch for the said scenario even better, as the realization of him not appreciating his family made him make a movie, coming out of his comfort level.
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Miguel Arteta's Movie: Inspired By His Family Life:
Born to a Peruvian father and Spanish mother, the Puerto Rican Director and Producer Miguel Arteta (52) was expelled from his high school in Costa Rica that led him to separate from his parents and stay with his sister in Boston. Well, that eventually made him depreciate for the presence of his family!
Miguel didn't have any idea how important were the people belonging to his life, neither was he apprehensive for their presence. But his married alliance made him realize what it meant to be with the loved ones. He understood the meaning of togetherness after his beloved wife entered his life.
During the making of his movie, “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day;" Miguel shared that, he, with the ascending number of age, has now realized he should have always appreciated what he had then.
Arteta, when asked in an interview, 'why he went for a family movie;' he stated that he was emotionally attracted to the movie, as it links with his own story as well.
“I’ve gotten married, finally. I started to realize I didn’t appreciate my family as much as should have when I was young. The story of Alexander is about a kid that takes his family for granted and then realizes how lucky he is to have them. I realized I really could put my heart in this film. It was something I needed.”
Mentioning his married-life in his speech, Miguel does seem very concerned for the family life with his love partner.
This Movie, which appears to be very influential for its maker, is indiscriminately based on the story from the Judith Viorst's beloved children's book.
Caption: The official trailer of 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.'
Published on May 8, 2014
More About Miguel Arteta; His Career!
To work on different themes for different movies and make it in the box office everytime can be challenging, but for Miguel, it doesn't seem to be a problem. He has proven how he can go out from his comfy level and still make the movie look perfect!
In 1997, the first feature film “Star Maps,” directed by Arteta, debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. It was also nominated for the five Independent Spirit Awards, which was a gateway for his non-stop success! Artela’s character from the independent hits, including “Chuck & Buck,” “The Good Girl,” “Youth in Revolt,” and “Cedar Rapids” normally circled the title, “dark comedy.”
This year, on January 23, his comedy-drama “Beatriz at Sunday” had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, assigning a normalized rating. Nevertheless, he has one more upcoming movie “Duck Butter” that is scheduled for 2018.
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