Interesting chapter on the latest crime dealt with in this series.
In 1971, in the French town of Perpignan, a couple of lovers tried to commit a crime which has gone down in history as the coldness and the premeditation of the murderers. Juan Lopez, (Juanjo Puigcorbé), a director of a doll factory, began organizing a plan to murder his wife, charging a safe and stay with his lover, the young Josette Aguilar (Aitana Sanchez Gijon). To do this, he began to train to Josette lost their ethical scruples and was able to commit a crime that he did not dare to perpetrate with his own hands.
This is the first chapter of the second part of the series "Crime Sleuth," "The crime of Perpignan" is filmed and assembled under the direction of Rafael Moleón and written by Carlos Perez Merinero; Altana is played by Sanchez Gijon, Laura Cepeda and Juanjo Puigcorbé. Of all the crimes of the entire series, this is the most contemporary; because it is based on a murder happened in the seventies, by a Spanish immigrant and his young lover.
Moleón received four scripts to perform, and from the beginning was that interested him most: he said: "Interestingly, difficult to set it in the seventies was much greater than if it had to address the nineteenth century, since Sometimes the temporal proximity is more complicated. " Moleón said that from the beginning he passionately what was a perfect triangle between two women and a man: "The male character, who kills his wife, was actually a cynic and a bad person, and Puigcorbé in his interpretation has done perfect.
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