Two actors who tragically died in an accident while filming a Netflix series. Selectedhave been identified.
The news shocked people…
Two cast members and six other crew members were injured in an accident on the set of a Netflix series. Thue Chosen One.
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Netflix has been criticized for poor working conditions after their deaths…
Over the past few years, working conditions on set have angered employees.
As streaming services continue to grow to meet the needs of consumers, production companies are often cutting corners…
In order to produce more content as quickly and inexpensively as possible, which adversely affects all those involved.
And only after the devastating news of the fatal shooting at Rustduring production in New Mexico…
And now during Selectedindustry representatives are starting Listen to the concerns of employees.
The series was filmed by local production company Redrum, which has since shelved production.
Selected tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who finds out that he is the second coming of Jesus Christ, sent back into the world to save humanity.
According to TMZthe accident was registered as a car accident.
The cast is said to have been riding in a van with other crew members when they crashed on the Baja Peninsula.
It is reported that 2 more actors and 4 crew members were injured in the incident.
However, they are said to be recovering in the hospital.
Television union SAG-AFTRA is currently investigating the incident.
“Safety on set is always our top priority,” said SAG-AFTRA. Buzz Feed News. “We will continue to take all necessary steps to ensure the safety of our members and others in their workplace.”
The van was reported to have rolled onto its side on a dirt road.
However, the identities of the two actors were not initially confirmed. Hollywood Reporter says they have since been identified by the Baja California Department of Culture.
They confirmed both Raimundo Garduño Cruz, known as Paco Mufote, and Juan Francisco González Aguilar.
The disaster occurred while the cast and several members of the crew were being driven to the airport from Santa Rosalia.
Faisal Luchmedial, screenwriter who once worked with Mufote, wrote on twitter…
“Paco was kind, caring and sensitive, and that showed through in his work. He was so loved in society, and it was immediately clear to me, as an outsider. I feel very sorry for his loved ones and everyone who was touched by his spirit.”
Many others have also shared their tributes to the actors on social media.
Their Facebook pages have since been filled with condolences from fans and friends.
Coral Alonso Mendez wrote about Mufota on his page: “I am infinitely grateful that I crossed your path, my friend.”
Addendum: “You were and always will be one of the most wonderful people to ever cross this world. Thank you for your art, thank you for your heart and thank you for the light in my life and in the lives of many. I will always carry you with me.”
Another wrote: “I can’t understand how life works. I cannot understand how two people who went to work, to their favorite business, died.
“@pacomufote you radiated light, you shared and always with such a noble heart, RIP.”
Others also cited poor working conditions…
Writer Rick Zazueta said in facebook post: “For weeks now, people close to this production know that the logistics were terrible.”
Addendum: Actors kept complaining about how badly they were treated specifically in the field of transport and logistics.
According to Zazueta, the actors were “carried around like cattle to save a few pesos”. He said changes needed to be made to protect the crew and cast.
Mufote’s friend also told daily beast that those in production shared “reports of abuse and exploitation”.
“It pains me to think that he was taken advantage of, that he was forced to work in bad conditions, especially in a multi-million dollar company like Netflix,” said Liliana Konlisk Gallegos.
Fernando Bonilla, Garduño’s friend, tweeted: “It is necessary for the production to report how many hours of rest a driver who lost control of a truck had.”
He added that: “In a lot of movies and TV programs, drivers are overexploited, which leads to these fucking tragedies.
“I am very sad,” he said. wrote. – And still angry.
However, they are likely to issue a statement once the incident is investigated.
Rest in peace Paco Mufote and Juan Francisco Gonzalez Aguilar.
Our thoughts go out to all those affected by this terrible tragedy.