How Kate del Castillo's Life Has Changed Since Meeting 'El Chapo': Part 6

'My adrenaline and my being brave ... has to be a little bit more thoughtful,' Kate del Castillo said.
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Transcript for How Kate del Castillo's Life Has Changed Since Meeting 'El Chapo': Part 6
Tonight, Kate del Castillo is still a powerful actress. And not long ago, she became an American citizen. Saying she loves both countries, and considers both her home. The interview about to end. We notice something. I looked sad? Reporter: She's told us she doesn't dare go back to Mexico, afraid to be arrested and adds she never intended to hurt anyone. I. I need to deal with my legal problems. Reporter: Tonight, that drug kingpin, el chapo, is sitting in the same Mexican prison where he escaped last year. There are all these reports that he's in isolation, that he has dogs outside the door, that he has blood pressure problems. Do you feel sorry for him? No, I don't. I don't feel sorry for him. I think he's a big guy. I think he knows what he's doing. And I think he knows what's his choosing this life is like. Reporter: As he said on that videotape, even without him, the drug trade will go on. And there's something else about el chapo and Kate del Castillo that may surprise you. You're still in touch? Yeah, through our lawyers. Reporter: The film project is on. She says he's agreed. You're still going to do it? Even at this price? Yeah. More than before, you know. Yeah. It's cost me so much in so many ways. Reporter: How are you going to be changed after this? I'm going to become stronger. My adrenaline, being brave, has to be a little bit more thoughtful. Reporter: The internet is still having a field day mocking her. Someone posted Kate del Castillo as a pinata and here, like casablanca, we'll always have Paris and sinaloa. You know what's something funny that I love about Mexicans, that we have this sense of humor. Reporter: She says a dark moment, a friend sent her a reminder that Theresa Mendoza and Kate del Castillo are not girls who give up. A different take on the word fear. F-e-a-r. It's a bad word. Everything and run. Or Everything and rise. So I'm choosing the second one. With that, thank you for Two breaking stories, a

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