In addition to having consecrated herself as an actress and always being present in the marches and militancies in favor of women’s rights, Marina Glezer He surprised everyone by revealing the new work projects he has in mind that are far from what he created in his long career.
And it is that the couple of German Palacios, with whom he has been in love for more than 22 years and although they did not marry through the Civil Registry they did decide to sign his concubine before a judge, revealed on social networks the new paths he decided to take to broaden his horizons and explore other areas.
Turning to her Twitter account, the screenwriter revealed that she received a job offer that she did not expect and questioned her acceptance: “They called me to be a ‘model’ for an underwear brand. What to tell them? I’m not up to these jogs anymore. But well-paid work is decent work! Give it a go. No?”
Quickly, the users of the networks were in favor of her position and encouraged her not to hesitate to take this job: “But without any doubt”, “The work that one does honestly is worthy”, “Of course, without thinking about it”, “How are you not up to these trots? You’re better than ever ”,“ You’re a queen, obviously you’re up for this and I uploaded the photos huh ”.
Also, the interpreter of the movie The Polaquito -who thanked the Internet users for their beautiful words of praise- confessed in March of this year that he had decided to sign up for a career at the UBA to train even more in different fields that were of interest to him: “This year, at the age of 40, I enrolled in college. Hello UBA! “
Also, in a chat with The nation A few months ago, Marina revealed that her chosen career was Political Science and that her passion led her to sign up without thinking twice: “I signed up at the UBA to study Political Science, I’m doing the CBC. I also like Communication Sciences ”.
In any case, she confessed the complexity involved in reading the notes and being present in the virtual classes since the pandemic made it impossible for her to attend the classrooms in person: “It is difficult for me to study here at home because I am a reference, they ask me all the time where things are. Even more so in quarantine, which is 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but I feel lucky to love each other ”.
In addition, it should be remembered that Marina never gave up her love for audiovisual and radio projects, and in addition to choosing a university career, she continues to film shorts, write scripts and produce segments or radio plays with important figures from the entertainment world.