Conversaciones de Casa: Helsinki and Nairobi in for a surprise

Darko Peric (Helsinki) and Alba Flores (Nairobi) have released their video conversations part of Money Heist‘s Conversaciones de Casa (Conversations at Home).

Both actors discussed how these trying times have affected them and the rest of the world.

While Flores admitted to trying to keep her “mind sharp and body active”, Peric confessed to listening to podcasts created by “punk guys from Serbia”.

As the conversation continued, the two actors were joined by Hovik Keuchkerian (Bogota) first and later by Úrsula Corberó (Tokyo).

Peric also stated that he planned to celebrate his birthday quietly at home. He said that this year his birthday marks “21 years of bombings in Serbia since 1999”. To this, Keuchkerian jokingly replied: “You’re used to it.”

Likewise, referring to Peric’s 60th birthday in the next 20 years, Flores remarked:

“I’ll make sure that when it’s your birthday, I don’t know, I’ll lock myself up somewhere so nothing happens to me.”

Once Corberó joined, the cast lovingly greeted each other and teases her for looking dressed up at home. As Keuchkerian asked her if she just woke up, Corberó jokingly stated: “Yes, 30 seconds ago”.

Conversaciones de Casa was created to entertain fans of La Casa De Papel (Money Heist) across the world as they practice social distancing.

This video comes as a follow up to the conversation between Alvaro Morte (Professor) and Corberó.

You can catch their conversation right here:

Source: La Casa De Papel on YouTube

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