Diego Luna says season two of ‘Narcos: Mexico’ is ”actually shut” to the Mexico he is aware of.
The 40-year-old actor stars as Miguel Gallardo, the chief of the Guadalajara Cartel, within the hit Netflix sequence, and Diego has admitted taking pictures the second season was an actual ”problem”.
Speaking to ‘Entertainment Tonight’ in regards to the ultimate scene of the season, the actor – who was born in Toluca, Mexico – mirrored: ”It was a problem.
”This season begins to get too near the Mexico I reside in, and the Mexico I’ve been witnessing in my life. It is getting actually shut.”
The ultimate scene of season two sees Diego’s character in a jail, the place he is speaking to Walt Breslin, a DEA agent, who’s performed by Scoot McNairy.
The actor admitted he discovered the scene to be bodily and emotionally difficult.
Diego shared: ”I needed to wait to shoot this scene till I used to be executed with the whole lot else within the season. It was the final scene I shot, and I additionally waited a very long time to do a scene with Scoot.
”So, it was difficult, it was very emotional in some ways, private. I imply, for me and for the position, and I feel it is a good way to set folks’s minds into the talk that we should be having as of late.
”I feel it was very sensible of the writers to really finish saying these phrases and having the character mirror on the large image. To me, that is very attention-grabbing and really sensible, and it is a message that the season is ending.”
As but, nonetheless, Netflix has not renewed ‘Narcos: Mexico’ for a 3rd season.