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Yalitza Aparicio's success for her role as Cleo in the film Roma has completely transformed her life. And now, the Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca native has a set of new goals in her life. One of them is to stand out in Hollywood – which is why she is why getting ready to learn English. During an interview, the 25-year-old revealed she wants to continue learning about the film industry so that she can place herself at the 'mecca of film.’

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"In regards to not continuing (acting) which I had been asked directly, I said yes I would like to continue. In fact, I had mentioned that one of my first resolutions is to learn English. I don’t know if exactly here in Hollywood. As you may have realized, even though it is a Mexican film, it has had great importance, and there may be many other Mexican films that can reach the same place, " she said.

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As to how she prepared for the film by Alfonso Cuarón, Yalitza shared that she worked very hard to make her performance as accurate as possible – something she achieved thanks to her mother and the long conversations she had with 'Libo.' Liboria Rodriguez, Cuarón’s the nanny was the foundation of the story.

"My mother has been a domestic worker for many years, so I had the opportunity to learn a little about her work and in this film I tried to combine how she was, things I remembered about how she did her job, and also other things that 'Libo' had said. I was mixing those things to personify the character. "

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