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Muriel Santa Ana,
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A story about love deception, the return of the past, a tragedy, or even the violence contained in an everyday detail, appear themselves to push them towards the abyss, into the undeniable pleasure of losing control.
Franco Montero, a frustrated detective, receives a second chance when he is forced to adopt his 10 year old brother (who happens to be a child prodigy). With his help, Franco will solve the most complicated mysteries.
It's so well done, so well acted, directed, photographed, naturally decorated, that ALL other series made in Spain suddenly become worse to the viewer's eye.
Shot in 14:9, the series shows the work of a peaceful A-Teamesque group that solves all kind of problems by making simulations. The four members investigate, plan, get props and act to create fake situations that turn around the oppression caused to their clients by changing the point of view of these oppressors in the most unexpected and better clock-working way.
Fun to watch, intriguing and great in concept, this remake of the Argentinian hit with the same name is by far on the top of the Spanis TV fiction as of today.
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