This was a special series for me, the first I was totally hanged with a TV series. LUNA NEGRA have a little touch of Falcon Crest, but the action is in a publisher's books company. For me is one of the most fascinating TV series done in Spain, with a perfect plot and a marvelous cast. Very well directed, with luxury sets, both on studio and at external places, a very complicated teleplay and a perfect art direction. Veterans Spanish artists like María Luisa Merlo, Manuel Galiana and Silvia Tortosa, very well known every one of them in Spain, are superb. In the last moth this series has been screening again for second time on the late hour in the Spanish TV2, with a lot of success. The original screening was in 2003, and now three years later, has been fantastic to see that the series remain fresh and so intrigued as when was shooting. It's a pity than this series not be available on DVD, probably due to the total amount of chapters, over 100 hours.
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