Poly People with Filmmakers Thales Correa and Anthony Moore

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In our current boom of gender and sexual identities, the term “poly” has joined the ranks as a hot topic term describing people who have multiple romantic relationships at the same time. It’s not having an open relationship, it’s not cheating, it’s having intentional and intimate, there are just more people involved. It sounds like a fun idea until you work in the realities of jealousy and the typical ups and downs of any relationship and multiply that by “x” number of people. 

Brazilian filmmakers Thales Correa and Anthony Moore’s recent project, Poly People, is a comedic take on a polyamorous relationship involving very four different lovers under one roof – one straight male, one bisexual female, a lesbian, and a gender-fluid sassy pants named Cuddlez who acts as the housewife. Filmed during COVID, the result is a seven-part mockumentary web series that affectionately demystifies gender identification paradigms and sexual norms proving that no matter how you categorize your relationship, any domestic partnership requires compassion, understanding, and a reconciliation of numerous, diverging lifestyles and habits. 

The show is high energy and infectious, much like the personalities of the filmmakers themselves. Immigrating from Brazil, Thales and Anthony are a whirlwind of chatter, laughter, heavy accents, and big dreams. 

We chatted with them about coming out, growing up in the poorer parts of Brazil, coming to the US, filmmaking, love and dating, and what they have planned ahead....with host Alexander Rodriguez.

This is metro source mini the official podcast to Metro source magazine and home of short form interviews with your favorite personalities from the lgbtq world and beyond. Quick, Fun and informative. It's metro source on the go, out in pround since one thousand nine hundred and ninety. Hello, hello, hello, this is metro source minis. I'm your host, Alexander Rodriguez, lead writer for Metro source and avid podcaster. With so many new terms to identify yourself out there, there's pretty much something for everyone. How about being polyamorous? Huh? Today I tat with filmmakers Talis Cornea and Anthony Moore, two men as hot as their accents whose latest project, the Mockumnery web series polly people, is currently in the running for Emmy consideration. polly people covers the lives of for individuals representing all letters of the alphabet living in a polyamorous relationship, and it really dives into the trials and tribulations of this kind of relationship in a very comedic way. Please welcome polly people director and Co writer Thalie Cornea and after producer, Co riker Anthony Moore. How are you really gonna thank you so much for having us the pleasure. Oh I have to tell you I watch this all in one setting. You know, it's a web series. It's short little episode. You can watch them all at once or, you know, little by little. So funny the chemistry that all four of you have and the way that you filmed it. It's so comedic. But it also really delves into the topic of being in a polyamorous relationship. So just very unpolitically incorrect. And here's what I'm going to ask you is, what's the difference between being polyamorous or having an open relationship or just being a slut? What's the difference? Okay, well, first of all, let me just say I love your intro. You just grab the show really well and thanks for raising our accent. That's that's very rare that happens. Appreciate so sexy. But Hey, I I think polyamorous relationship is a close relationship with more than two people in the group. Right and that, but there they're exclusive between that group, an open you ask an open relationship. Right, open relationship is it could be. I don't think it doesn't matter. It could be a couple, but they are open to anybody. But but they're just closed. It means that they're open to people outside of their relationship. Right being is love is nice to me too. That has a relationship with everybody. Yeah, that's basically. Yeah, because I wish to talk about that on episode seven, when I don't want to follow anything. But Oh yeah, has an idea, share actually says and the like. been in and apoly ever's relationship. That is that we are in a serious commitment between...

...more than one person. You know, I'm really awes hold mommy responsible. Non monog that's the name of the seven episode that we're talking about it. So and yeah, so, basically, I think pots called at all. It's just like that's farslots. Well, yeah, nice to meet you. What's very funny because I the more I learned about this, you know, it's a term that we've all heard, but it's now really becoming a bigger statement in the LGBTQ community, but also in in the straight community as well. Polyamorous is is for everybody. What I really took away is that polyamorous is more about the emotional connection rather than just who you're sleeping with, and that's also mentioned one of the episodes too. It's not just about the sex. But I have to know. Are you polyamorous in your own life or where did this idea come from? Girl just broke up. A broke up on your own. I'm like, wait, what was your the last part of her question, if we're so, I'm just saying, are you polyamorous in your own life or where did this idea come from? Why choose this subject matter? Look, the idea came from a second CD writing program that I was part of last year and this classmate of mine called Melissa Gerard. She's like a very talented lesbian writer. She she team up with me to to make this project. So we came. It came from there and then Anthony and I were partner. We're partners. We do a lot of projects together. So I brought him and then we start developing. So it doesn't have a much we have an experienced much as a polyamorous relationship the way we portrayed on this series, something very official, but like being single for a while, I feel like I've been in love with a lot of people at the same time. So it kind of it relates a little bit. It's when I caught his love but hey, ha ha, but I'm just getting but we're most of the producers or creators of the show are part of the community. LGBTQ plus community big part of it. Yeah, so it that that's something that we embrace, all of the ladders off the alphabet. We raise all the differences and we are aware, like you mentioned, it's a very is a very trendy type of topic and we like to recognize the other members of the community, like the type of relationship they like to have. Like I know a lot of friends who have open relationships and I think it's very fascinated. I never had that type of of relationship per se, but I were search and I like I'm curious about so that's one of the reasons why we thought you would be a good idea to explore the subject. Ryan, I actually met some some all the amorous people in all the refection chip. It's very interesting in when you just see them all together. A bunch of actually polymer spipper started following me on instagram and yeah, there is this...

...trouble from from San Diego. It's two women in a guy and it's just so beautiful to see a lot between them, but just answering your your personal questions. I'm monogamous. Is Like proceilian monogamous, not just monogamous, but jails and Taurus and all. I. Yes, I allow, I don't know, but that's how we Latinos are. We are very jealous and we won't fight you exactly where Latino. So so it's like, yeah, I'm monogamous, I'm fine like that. Don't touch the don't touch my cake, bitch deal. But yeah, but I've been. I've been meeting lots of polymorous people in relationships that should have been in touch with us. Even throughout the our channel on Youtube, the same messages telling how well we're representing and making jokes about the life situations and not about the relationship itself. So we keep that respect going. But Ye has no, we're monogamous and yeah, it's just because we're too Latinos to be poly A. Guess we never honestly, I feel it requires a level maturity of right for you to be trusted, yeah, and and for you to be like be able to have them mentality of like in separate and in. So I feel I'm not there. Maybe one day and and doing polly people is just it's just it's just showing me like, although all there are characters, has flaws and qualities. Everybody does, but I feel like for you to engage on that as certain of relationship, he requires you a love of of you know, maturity or security. Know what you what you want, who you are, and be and be safe and and understand that even though there's more people in that relationship, they still came, they still love each other the same. Yeah, well, and what I love to you know, one of the positives I see from being in a relationship is, you know, there's not that perfect person out there. You know, you could love somebody and you they could be your soul mate, but there's not that perfect person. What if you had for people that you got the perfect parts from each person and then you have a complete perfection right? Well, that that that's that's one of the reasons why we thought this project was amazing, because because because we saw exactly what you just said, like how how interesting would be like ause true relationship is already difficult enough for you to to be comfortable with the flaws of your partner. Try to understand and try to work it out. Imagine like multiply by for or you know, or to like that like they don't just have like the the personality is not just different, but if it looks at the sexual orientation, that's different too, and that's for us, I think, for me at least, was rather most. Yeah, as it was one of more interesting thing because like as I straight playing a straight guide, Tucker, who has a relationship with cuddles a whole you know who. It doesn't really finds a male his they he's, you know, he's a non binary.

But sucker, something says that, you know, he's a guy, and then last fie a, he's a girl, and then he was like, hope you guys. No, don't, don't freaking label me. So I think that's why Tucker, even being a straightment, I didn't find that it's straight, to feel so comfortable being with the feminine side of Chalk almost cuddle, even though he has a penis and he's, you know, he's a physically male. So it's very nice how we break the boundaries of the physical in his way and just in the we adapt ourselves physically to our lovers, because the connection, the emotional was there, and that's really, really, at least I think it's really beautiful because it's, as a really about love, if you just know, look at it from that perspective. It's about loving no matter, no matter how you look like or, you know, how we were born, and also, you know, some of the household norms, such as cuddles. Is the housewife. He stays home, he makes the meals, he makes it nice, you know, and I he welcomes them when I come home from work and he says goodbye to them when they're off to work. You know, he's kind of the heart of the home, which we're you know, it's not just the typical sist female that's the heart of the homes anymore. You know, that's that's a changing now, anthony, I wanted to talk about your work on polly people. This, this comedic, funny piece, kind of came from a dark place. You were experiencing some depression from covid and this became your, quote unquote, therapy them. Yeah, so mental health is of every serious issue and the like. I always hit that with many, many people. Depression something that you deal a lot and something just triggers that very strongly. In my case, I was not very good place as work goes and the producing a bunch of events and every thing. So when covid hit and I lost everything I had booked for over a year and the three years of work, that really put me in a very difficult situation. And then I tried to focus on myself. I tried to be as positive as I could and I tried to focus and I want working out and take care of myself. Then they start shutting down literally everything, to the point where I got stuck in my mind and all that hast and all that hard work to keep yourself mentally healthy just just I couldn't go anywhere. I was locked with myself and I had to deal with it and there was no escape. So I just threw myself in bed and there was a horrible place to be. Dallas approached me the first time with pually people. I read, but from such a bad place I didn't really connect to the project. But it got worse and worse. or Tal is literally, kind of in a very friend way, hi bag like please just read it again, give you a chance, we can do this, and I was like okay, and then he was like that could be a therapy for you, and then I was like, Oh my God, it could be. It could take me out of bed and could take me out of the house. So I gave myself another shot. I put myself deeping there. It's hard, you know, it's really hard when you're in that dark place to light up a little bit just to look at the script itself. It's a lot of hard work, but thanks to these guy I got out of there. I put myself a hundred percent inside pauly people. I got to to the guesting process and produce a serious in the middle of...

...a covid doing everything in no union, and it's a very hard work. So that was something that that it just made me work and work and the work and it brought them to such a beautiful loving place that I tell everybody I shall. I just thoughts. Only people literally saved my life and I'm I couldn't be any more grateful to have and many consideration at the end of this whole road. So yeah, it means a lot to me in many, many ways. I think what we've discovered during covid is really how important the arts are. You know, everybody was under lockdown and so everybody was watching Netflix, Hulu, they were watching some of the great lgbtq content that has coming out. People were at home listening to podcast or music, and all of it is an art form and it has, like you said, Anthony, it's really saved people from their depression. Is experiencing the arts and whatever level, which which you know, tells our government how important funding is for the arts. That tells us as artist how important it is to support other projects, no matter the medium or no matter what the subject matter is. Art Does Save Live. Is a therapy. That's why it needs to be in schools. It needs to be infused with with, you know, kids growing up, and you know that's just very, very important. So thank you for sharing that. At least now. I didn't directing, starring, produce. It's breaking up what you say, but I just hear two the titles. Many acteam, hello, it's gonna call. See. I feel like when we're sorry, I I think we have we had a bad connection with what child do. Are we there anyway? But I want to say yeah, so this isn't the first time that you've written as well as star directed produced. You know, we had bathroom stalls and parking lots, which was a big hit, and the festival circuit as well as a top seller on Amazon. How do you keep an objective? I from all those different hats. You have to be very ejective, whether you're the writer, director or actor, to kind of call yourself or be able to change stuff. Yeah, yeah, like it was. Is a challenge. I would say preparation, you know, that's the key word to do stuff like that. We rehearse a lot beforehand. We have meetings and meetings, not just on the acting part. I make sure that want to go on set, you to play a role. I'm already more than trained as an actor, ready to do that role. I've already known, my lines, are already even with the other actors. Are already had rehearsed with them. Are already give my notes so I can perform the Oder there. Two hats all and said a little bit more swiftly, like other things that you can only do on set. Also, I try to prepare with the with the DP beforehand. Anything that I can do beforehand, I try to do it. But it's just, it's just, it's just, you know, like all those...

...projects, projects has been very personal. They touch bathroom stalls of parking lots. Was it was, it was a personal story polly people, the way he came and second CD it was already approach to me for me to do an acting role on match do cuddles. So it was just it was just really like switching. At the time he wanted it to two cuddles. Yeah, Cud of last. Oh my God, that's interesting. That was was such a was such a how do I say? It's such a demanding character. I would say in terms of yes, aunting words, because it has all those layers and in every time you want to at least for me, I don't. I didn't want to. Is a comedy, but I didn't want to do look a stereotype for a nonbinary and at the same time I didn't want not represent so it was like and then Anthony, when we were reading, he was like help me get give me tips of how to do the row, and I was like, Oh my God, you should fucking do it. Yeah, we have the we had some lots of discussions. Who would play Tucker, who would play cuds, because I have to say, watching from the outside was the first time I actually saw doll is doing wearing all those hats. It Ward me a lot. One he doesn't worry he doesn't sleep to have to foresee it him three. He literally has his hands in every single detail and and the character is actually something that we like. Two three weeks before shooting we were like, dude, we've been doing everything. We forgot about our characters. They have to build them and everybody was perfectly there, but we were like, who are they on the core of the care even though we wrote the core of the characters, everything but our own connection as actors goes. It got a point of self discovery that we were at some point he was like, I think I was going to be too much for me to play. You have to play cuds and I was like me know what cold was? I can't see cut has been anybody else. So we just have to vote jump on building in the character and in the confidence of the character. I can't see anybody else doing cuddles like he just he just does it with a such magical way that I just can't see it, honestly, and I would have a completely different cuddles would be way more feminine, way, way more like. My cuddles would be way brighter, a way like. No, I think that's not what the nonbinary should be represented by. And Alice just got perfect fit for it and I'm so happy when I see him on scream because I'm like, he deserves a freaking emmys. It should be hits O. Thank you very much. Yeah, but I feel like just to add that I feel like every position filmmaking has its own way. Like, for example, who as a writer. We can write a character, but when he gets to the hands of an actor, they have their own preparation, in their own colors. Yeah, there, they have their own interpretation. So the actor has their own work...

...to be like, Hey, I got it, I know what you mean by this character and I'm adding this, this flavor to it. I'm adding these right, I grow up like Andrea. We have other other other people reading for Andrea, but like what journal sorry for Abigail unders are actress, but what are brought to the table was it was amazing. So, so that's I think that's what Anthony mentioned. Like we wrote all the characters, but like our work as an actor, like what is in on this character that is inside us, that can that can shine in the screen and represent that, and that's a preparation that I had, that that we I try to do in all my productions beforehand and be already on the time that we want to film. We're already ready to go right. Yeah, I didn't think I'd like I tried to work so hard, but the level of confidence that that is brought to cuddles is just so beautiful, too much. You can see some bloopers that you know, lots of the marks. I lost the one making the marks, but even you couldn't like, nobody could do better than his. And there's a joke at whoop it. I was like, that is not that hard to be gay. At the INTIM that tells is so severing. He also has such like a powerful I don't know. I comes to the body, he's saying that I'm too big. That's what he wants to go after being to ride around. I say, if you want to get that late, I can tell about the war broke problems we had from her. Now let's it's very funny because because cuddles wasn't just a caricature, and it just wasn't you know what we've seen portrayed on TV in the early days of non binary or gay characters. Had had heart to it, although I have to tell you I have incorporated the cuddles, hair flip and room exit into my life. I'm like Hey, right, right, the kiss of the shoulders there. Oh yeah, now, did did you catch that? A kiss of the shoulder? Yeah, of course, I got it all. So I want to talk a little bit. You know, the the idea, in the image of being an immigrant has really been tarnished in the United States, especially because of the last administration. We won't go there and sometimes we forget and now, you know, we will write there, we won't go there, you know, and we we forget to talk about the beauty that exists in being an immigrant. So I want to talk a little bit about the beauty of your childhood, both being Brazilian and what made you come to the United States. Well, the beauty of the beauty that's not very beautiful. Well, well, I'm really proud of you. Brazilian. I was very I have a I have a I have a great childhood. I mean back then you don't know who you just grow up, you know, and I'm promised, small town. It is very far miss where I'm from. Like my dad was a coffee farmer that wasn't gazed...

...in the city. That's that was something that didn't happen. So it was a little bit of struggle for me to find myself and and also, I remember I've always been in love with the entertainment and the arts in my town. Didn't happen MOE theater. So it was it was a discovery for me since early age, not just my sexuality, but also what I want to do in my life and try to find my place in in this planet. You know, and like whoy I am as a sexually and and also as an artist. But growing up in Brazil, it was, it was a it was, it was. He gave me a different perspective. Like I moved here to study cinema. So when I kind when I came here, I faced the culture and language barrier, all that difficulty that every immigrant come from pass to do with. And and also, I'mber. I'm really grateful to have grown up from Brazil, like after seeing the culture here. So we give me like, if you like, my mind is a little bit more expended in terms of see like the human relations towards each other. I understand, specially doing a series like polly people. I understand that people can love differently, can have different perspective and still be together. I think coming from another country can give you this clarity and in and understand. They're there out the ways of lives, other ways to grow up, out of ways to survive. Brazil is very different country than he. There's a lot of similarities to America, but are also there's a lot of differences, and growing up on a different country we have, was able to see that those big differences here. I want to jump that later, but yeah, for my in my case, I have become the place I come from, brasils, known as one of the first place and entire country. We barely have water there. Nowadays a little, it's different, but it isn't. But just people just got a little better and buying their own water, but it's very dry, it's very it's very poor, even culturally, you know, at least like they have their own culture with everything is very closed. So for me, again, being gay in a very little town and being an artist, that's what I think. From the very beginning, got my depression, like really crazy my mental health. I struggled because I knew I was gay, I knew I was an artist, every since I was five. So I had to grow up listening to my father saying if I ever had a gay son, I will kill him, and I'm like, ah, that's me. That's the only case on you have before you came out. Right, yeah, before I came out. And so for me I was always leaving, and it's sleeping afraid and waking up afraid, and that that was like horrid when I couldn't be myself in many anyway. So for me I was always a search for an exit door. When I finally made it to some pollow and I saw the bigs, you know, was like, oh my gosh, I'm actually not crazy, like I'm normal, like I was just not very reclusive, small, Noble, small place and small minded. And it's not it's not their fault either. Think you know, people just some people just are different. I guess every Zis a very big Catholic country, very fairy about it. But anyway. So when I came to America,...

...even though when I got to L I couldn't speak the link, I couldn't speak a word, I couldn't. I remember going to the cut to the starbucks for the first time and say I watch cough and I watch offer when I watch off and nobody. I spent like the line kept growing and I was like, Oh my God, I watch you cough and someone in the line recognize. I think he wants a coffee and I hope so. And I got us. I got to this lat for the first time. So, yeah, America. So I was like you draw are you saying, because I really don't understand part of it. But cultural virtually, as polly said, it's such a break and rebuild, break and reveal this cultural goals that it's just makes you see things differently and when you get projects like polly people, where you have to see things differently and, more than that, you have to respect the differences to be able to portray it with honesty, it helps a lot, a lot, from the deepest of my heart. So I think that the fact that we are immigrants is just one makes us fight harder, because if you always like we have to catch up with the people who were born here, with the yeah, sure, here, with the studying here. So I feel that no matter what we do, no matter how amy considerations are, nominations or awards we get in our lives, we always feel like we still behind. You still have to catch up, because we're still in dis vantage, even though it's not. It's not really true, but it's just that that that know, that that ground feeling. You might you might know it, you know, since we are all Latinos. But Yeah, look at you, like shining bright, like a diamond, and Rihanna, exactly. I have not wrong. You know that you are more this away you'd like about our favorite pop stars. There you go. That's how you know. It just made us a little bit more there devils so and less a friend of the fight. I guess that's what we have in our favorite I love that. Well, thank you for coming to our country and, you know, bringing your art to us. And we all know what Brazilians are known what prison in man are known for. So thank you for that too. Oh my God, we elaborate. Well, you know. Now we have huge that's it, and big hearts. Yeah, we can call it that way. Yeah, you can. Now we are in the middle of privacies. And what are you individually most prideful of? Right here, right now, I have to say right off the bad. For me, it's the the right of getting married and finally just and we've been so lucky to be in a place where I can walk holding has with my boyfriend and don't feel like I'm gonna die because of it.

And, like you know, we still see it, sure cases, but it's less common in a place like La and I am very, very, very proud of the work we've been doing for so long time and that we keep doing. And we never forget that it's a daily fight. We are still illegally more than seveny countries just to be who we are and as and I'm very, very, very proud that we're still standing up, we still fighting and we still showing people that being gags not just what we had, you know, in the S, in the ages, is just it's just equal promiscuity. It's like being gay means I just love someone, you know, like me, and I can have a family, I can have kids and I can be responsible and like and I can love responsibly. And you please have to respect that, if not by job, by choice, but by law. But but you can't just shut us anymore, you know, like it's just not fair to treat our human differently just because he loves different. He's still loving and I'm so proud that we all stand up, we all get out and we are getting louder and louder, and you know, we're helping kids to not commute to side, to having kids to grow up mentally healthier, because they're making them feel safer, because are just so out there. So I'm that's the things I'm most proud of, how loud and how proud we are getting as a community. Yeah, we're in the prices and where our little Rambo flag right here. I'm just proud of be, you know, to be gay, and should be who we are and and be able to be coughed from my skin and and say and not be afraid to tell that we love a person of the same sex or if you're in a potyamorous relationship, like I think being proud of who you are is is a is a is a fundamental basis for you to to be, you know, to live a happier life. And Yeah, I'm really proud of be gay and I'm proud to be queer now. I was. That's what I tell my mom all the time. Actually, my mom's a crazy Catholic back in Brazil, and I just kept telling mom mom, love is love, is love is love. The what's a sin? Hatred is a sin. So just be careful with the things you listen and you learn hatred is a sein. Love is never a sin. That's all I'M gonna say. Yeah, in the end of the day, is all about love. You know, it's like we're if we're loving someone in the same sex or or different sects, more than one part, more than one person. We're just talking about love. I think that's one layer. It definitely defines someone characteristic, but it's not a hundred percent like people still have this too. Can be a great person this you can be a bad person. They still have other relationship, your lives and and I think the pride mouth is here just you to show that the gays are proud of the majority of them and we try to include all of them to be proud that who we love. You know what I mean? That doesn't matter, that's not going to define us, but we're proud to be that way. Yeah, well, and it's way if I was raised very Catholic all growing up as well, especially coming from a conservative, you know, Latino Household, and it's funny when you look,...

...if you want to look at Christianity and look at the New Testament, all Jesus said was love. He didn't give us these worlds. He didn't condemn us to death, he didn't bring a flood and kill us. All they did was talking about love. That's all he did. He's like, yeah, that's dutter. I just said Love is love. Yeah, yeah, you're right, you're right. I mean, the end of the day too, I don't know like we're. I don't. We're not harmy anybody else for loving some like. So we'd somebody wants that has a religion that that goes against who you are. I think we should stand up, stand up for ourselves first than any other thing in this life. So you should. We're not committing any crime, we're not harmy anybody. As long as you're not harmy or not causing any any damage to anybody, I through loving somebody else and you should be proud of that in stand up for that. If there's any religion, any in your organization that the that is against that, you should choose yourself first and stand up for that and know that there are people that are like you and this pride amount is here to show you that you're not alone and we're going to be here for you. You're not alone. I think that's a little one. I I love chatting with you, guys, and now that I have some behind the scenes dish, I have to go back and watch polly people all over again. Please do yes, tell, tell our audience where you want them to find you and follow you. Awesome. So you can watch poly people on Youtube. Is On my channel, talist career presents, but you can just type polly people and you find it. And you can also follow me on instagram. My handle is tally crt h L. Yes, CR, my twitter is instagram, already said, the facebook all the same. Just go follow me, send me a DM. Just goog sliding to his DMS. Lie me or Google poly people. But where we are also available on Amazon or Instagram, on Facebook, watch even on instagram. If you go to my instagram account, you can watch some of the episodes there, but our main channel is the youtube. So you free to watch where everyone is, long as you watch it. Save me a DM. Tell me what you think. Yeah, yes, I think. Well, my head was we're more seem blurs, Tony, more shots. Also about shots, like you know, like a film shot and movie shop and leave me looks like it's sticular. Shuh. Well, guilty, tend me more shots. Still hesitate. If you have you know any kind of flashes from the talk to us by any means? We have? Well, we have been getting lots of people juice, you know, talking about police, POB beer, been sharing their stories with those like Oh, you should put these on that episode. I'm like, okay, thanks sending it. You know, everything is a good thing, but yes, just you know, we're here, we are open for for whoever. Once a new friend. Well, thank you so much for joining us. Hey, if there's a season two, I want to play the nosy...

...neighbor. Okay, oh my black please on the show, just match, just like. That's how you know that he really watched it. Yeah, you got em all right. Well, you make it so all right. Well, we definitely have to hang out and we have to talk more about thank you so much for joining us today and have you bride. Thank you writing so much. For rest of your week. All right, that has been my chat with Tales Cordea and Anthony. More you can read my indepth article with them at Metro sourcecom. And that's our episode. I'm your host, Alexander Rodriguez. You can follow me on Instagram at Alexander is on air. Until next time, stay true and do you boot? That has been another metro source mini like, share, subscribe on your favorite podcast player and check out the latest issue of Metro Sports magazine on newstands or online at Metros sourcecom. Follow us on Facebook, instagram at metal source and on twitter at let's just furst man. Until next time, he fast.

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