★★★☆☆Guilty-pleasure holiday porn at its best, 7 Days is a romance that takes place entirely on the tiny, sun-bleached Mediterranean island of Levanzo. It’s about a roguish fortysomething botanist (Bruno Todeschini) who falls for a vivacious yet unavailable costume designer (Alessia Barela) while they’re in the process, on the sunny island, of preparing for his brother and her best friend’s wedding (Yes! This is kind of a big deal for two reasons: It’s still scandalous for well-known actors to play gay on Mexican television, and there’s a real-life rivalry between Castro and Méndez, which promises to make their fictional lesbian couplehood all the more compelling.must-see TV, there’s also been speculation about which team Verónica Castro plays for in real life. Among them are the aforementioned Marina Ranieri del Colle (Alessia Barela), a self-assured, hot pediatrician from a rich family, and Ester (Elisabetta Rocchetti), an easygoing, smart nurse from a working-class background.. S.’s most significant contribution to lesbian television, Eur observed, “oh my Gosh! Or, if we live in Mexico, we’re busy murdering people.They are going to think that lesbians f— all the time! quotes (in Italian) one description of the show, which says the program explores “the most dramatic themes of the reality of every day: racism, social exclusion, drug addiction and alcoholism, domestic violence, homosexuality, drugs and violence in stadiums, anorexia …”And who wouldn’t want that cozy spot between “domestic violence” and “drugs and violence in stadiums”?
From master storyteller Guillermo del Toro comes an otherworldly fable set against the backdrop of bloodless conflict generation in the United States circa 1962.In 2017, Cara collaborated with producer Zedd to create the single "Stay", and rapper Logic to feature in his song In April 2016, Cara was announced to be one of the supporting acts of British alternative rock band Coldplay in the European and North American legs of their A Head Full of Dreams Tour alongside British singer songwriter and Grammy winner Foxes.On June 23, 2016, Cara was featured in a re-released version of the song "Wild" by Troye Sivan.On February 23, a lyric video of the song "Stay" by Zedd featuring Alessia Cara was released.
Cara featured on the song "1-800-273-8255" from Logic's Everybody album.
She played Glastonbury Festival on June 24, 2016, in the John Peel tent.