I love the Gulf of Mexico.
The stuff that's going on is just so over-the-top, with the banking crisis and destroying the Gulf of Mexico, and the outrage hasn't quite caught up with the people yet. But when it does, I think you're going to see really virulent anti-authoritarian kind of comedy coming out.
Music, in Mexico, just wasn't working out. So, I fell into acting and I just fell in love with it. It was amazing! It was a great safe place to just vent.
Any Mexican, would recognise that Mexico was abused, undervalued and downgraded in international circles, most of all by the United States.
I am a regular writer in Mexico, and I always tell the truth in my writings.
Mexico has never been anybody's backyard.
Mexico is intensely affected by all kinds of things that are shipped into this country from the United States.
The understanding that the political and intellectual class of the United States has of Mexico is a country whose position is that of a back yard.
Sometimes I'd have breakfast in Guatemala and go to sleep in Mexico.
Certainly, if it had been anything other than an HBO show I'd probably still be in Mexico now with a Mexican wife and kids.