Gael Garcia Bernal Says Financial Crisis Is A Good Thing
The Mexican actor hopes to make the most of the recession by saving cash and taking on free joys, like reading and writing - and he urges everyone to follow his lead.
Bernal says, "To have less money is going to lead us to enjoy other things that are there. That means playing a lot, having fun, writing, reading - things that don't cost money. Experimenting with things, like going with your family somewhere (sic), even to a park. It's little things. We're all going to live it. It's important to rise up and be there for that challenge and enjoy it, not be scared about it... I am optimistic."
-Gael Garcia Bernal is also a strong advocate of human rights. Read about it here.
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