Actor Mark Wahlberg was fired on the night of Monday in the country, after being for about 3 weeks in Bogotá, the shooting of the film ‘Mile 22’. Wahlberg shared a video on his account of Instagram in which she thanked Colombia for “a wonderful experience”.
“Hi guys! I want to give a quick thanks to all of Colombia, to the city of Bogotá, all of the military, the Police and the people. It was a wonderful experience, thank you for letting us roll ‘Mile 22’ in Colombia,” said the actor, who has been nominated twice to the Oscar award.
At the end of your message, Wahlberg spoke in Spanish and said: “thank you, I love you.” And he added: “After 5 months of training is the time to take a glass of red wine and celebrate with Colombia”.
In recent days, the american actor posted a video of the moments before the shooting of the film in one of the streets located in the centre of Bogota.
Likewise, on arrival in the country Wahlberg highlighted the human quality of the colombian and indicated that it thinks to return to her family.
“I’m really fascinated to be here, it is a beautiful place, most beautiful, the experience has been wonderful. With all that we have lived up to the moment both at work and the only fact of being here, the restaurants are fabulous, the people are extremely nice, very helpful, has been a fabulous experience. I am eager to bring my family on vacation,” said the artist.
The film ‘Mile 22’ is directed by Peter Berg and tells the story of an intelligence officer of the american elite, helped by a unit of tactical command top secret, tries to smuggle out a mysterious police officer with confidential information of the country.
For the filming of film production, in Bogotá were recorded closures vials between 1 and 12 February. Similarly, we have programmed detours on some routes of the Integrated System of Public Transport (SITP).