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.
Buenos Aires in the 1980s. Detective Chavez, a family man and a tough cop, once again must solve a mysterious crime. To reveal the identity of the murderer, Chavez must clarify the enigma ... See full summary »
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Muriel Santa Ana,
I'm not very good for watching series because I'm just too lazy to follow them, but "Hermanos y Detectives" is really captivating and leaves one wanting more every time. Each episode lasts one hour, but feels like ten minutes. It's funny, sad, exciting, it's a lot of things at the same time. What a beautiful thing it is!
This work of brilliance counts with the amazing acting of Rodrigo Noya (Lorenzo Montero), a promising young boy who captures perfectly well the emotional side of his intelligent but naive character; Osky Guzmán (Mansilla), who is funny without even wanting it; and of course, Rodrigo De la Serna (Franco Montero) who represents amazingly his character's facade and consequent vulnerability and longing for brotherly love.
Unfortunately, the series only consists of ten episodes. I wish it had more seasons; however, the shortness makes me appreciate "Hermanos y Detectives" even more and really focus on every episode with all my might. Of course, I bought the DVD, and I think you should too!
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