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The show focuses on the professors and the students at a prestigious art school in Spain. They want to be successful singers, dancers and actors but they learn as they go along that the path to fame is not an easy one.
Miguel Ángel Muñoz,
Carlos, an ageing teen idol, attends a wild house party filled with alcohol, drugs and sex. Nursing a hangover the next morning, he quickly realizes he is not alone in the strange house, and he may never be able to leave.
"Cuenta atrás" is a really good TV series. The direction has his own style, a really dynamic style. The cinematography is quite good (not the typical cinematography of a TV series). The music intensifies the scenes, filling them of action. The scripts aren't the typical police stories. The stories are full of plot turns. You can't imagine what will be the end of the chapter. It's a hard TV series too, full of drama. The cast is quite good, emphasizing the actresses Teresa Hurtado de Ory and Bárbara Lennie (specially the first one).
To sum up, "Cuenta atrás" is a great TV series. Hard, brutal, unpredictable, visceral. You can't miss it.
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