Gloria Perez talks about the success of Pacto Brutal and the importance of approaching the case: “I was able to talk about…

Gloria Perez talks about the success of Pacto Brutal and the importance of approaching the case: “I was able to talk about…

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The writer recalled how the murder was treated in a sexist manner, with publications passing judgment on Daniella

By Thais Fonseca

08/15/2022 17:07 BRT

08/15/2022 17:07 BRT

Gloria Perez on the success of Gloria Perez on the success of “Pacto Brutal”: “I could talk about feelings”. Image: Playback/YouTube channel HBO Max.Thais Fonseca

The documentary Pacto Brutal, which tells the story of the murder of actress Daniella Perez, has been a huge hit since its release on HBO Max in July. Divided into five chapters of around an hour each, the production has already become the most watched title on the platform. Soap opera writer Gloria Perez, the victim’s mother, opened her heart and revealed what she thinks of the documentary’s critical acclaim.

She revealed in an interview with Veja that the outcome made it worth reliving the tough moments she went through at the time of the crime that killed her daughter: “The huge repercussions tell me, that all the emotional wear and tear was worth it, that’s what cost me this immersion in the greatest pain of my life.” The murder of the actress took place in December 1992.

During the interview, Gloria Perez also pointed out the importance of the production to bring the case back to reality, describing in detail how everything happened: “It was very difficult to record my participation, the most difficult and suffered moments too reconsider, now over speech. It was the first time I could talk about feelings. I used to just have to counter versions,” she admitted.

Through the documentary, the author recalled how the murder was treated in a sexist manner, with publications passing judgment on Daniella and suggesting a relationship between her and the colleague who would later become her killer. “Because she’s a woman, the most absurd versions, the most baseless, disrespectful allegations were released without questioning,” the author said, adding what she thinks of the female character’s situation today: “I think that’s still around at bei There is still a lot to be done to protect women, but we have already gained a lot because we recognize this today and talk about it,” she said.