Before the follow-up of the press in the corridors of the Mexico City International Airport (AICM), the actor of great films, who recently celebrated his birthday, asked to respect the healthy distance and said he was hopeful with the arrival of the vaccine against COVID-19 and the application to the population, although, he said, it is a situation of patience.
“Being patient, we have no other choice. I’m glad that vaccination has already started around the world. They are images of great hope, but you have to be very patient”.
However, the actress in the film “Roma”, who was nominated for an Oscar, did not grant major words to the press who was at the CDMX Airport and limited herself to wishing that the theater situation improved, an industry that has been severely affected.
“Hopefully everything improves, I think it affected us all. That we can return to the stage soon is my wish”.
A few months ago, Diego Luna was considered one of the “100 most influential Latinos committed to climate action.”
The environmental organization Sachamama, based in Miami, United States, performs each year the selection of personalities committed to the environment and recognized the ex-husband of actress Camila Sodi.
In addition, Luna has also positioned himself as one of the personalities of the show that most supports social movements.
Last year the actor showed solidarity with the call that was made in commemoration of International Women’s Day and in protest against the wave of violence and femicides that have occurred in recent years throughout the country.