The face model behind The Last of Us Part II’s Dina, Cascina Caradonna, has the most adorable reaction to seeing her face on screen. She is currently playing the critically acclaimed Naughty Dog game on her YouTube channel.
The actress and model has gained heightened popularity ever since she became the face model for Dina and she’s been running with all the hype surrounding The Last of Us. Caradonna’s most popular videos on her channel surround the game, with her most viewed video being a reaction to a 2019 trailer which has amassed over 3.6 million views.
Caradonna has detailed her experience working on the game, but nothing can beat her reaction to finally playing the game herself.
In the full video on her YouTube channel, Caradonna also gives full credit to who Dina is as a character to Shannon Woodward, the actress who voiced the role.
“Shannon Woodward is the actress, the artist, Dina is her masterpiece,” Caradonna said in her video. “I absolutely respect her work and her artistry and what went into this.”
But nevertheless, Caradonna’s reaction to seeing someone with her face and features on screen was nothing short of wholesome. She admitted that it took her some time to start playing The Last of Us Part II because after her playthrough of the first game on her channel, she was emotionally drained from the experience. But on August 25, she started her playthrough and her reaction to seeing Dina for the first time was priceless.
“That’s really weird. I’ve seen the trailer so many times and I thought I was gonna just, you know, be like ‘oh there’s me,'” Caradonna said during her playthrough. “That’s so weird because I know that face so well…I look at it in the mirror every day.”
Caradonna got emotional during these moments, but went on to laugh and enjoy the rest of part one of her The Last of Us Part II playthrough. She’s been chronicling her journey with the game and Naughty Dog for over two years, so to see her reaction to her work was definitely worth the wait.
The Last of Us Part II is available now exclusively for PlayStation 4.
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