Diego Alatriste is a Spaniard soldier, loyal to the royal couple; he puts his talent with the sword to the service of a military organization that opposes abuses during the Inquisition. As ... See full summary »
Coy (Carmelo Gómez) está en Madrid, sin un duro. Pronto averiguaremos que es un marino que no puede navegar durante dos años. Al no tener dinero, se va a ver una subasta pública de ... See full synopsis »
Javier García Gallego,
Lieutenant Pereira is puzzled by the mysterious murder of a prostitute: it's the second time a woman has been found with her nose cut off, and a special plant known as a "goosefoot" placed ... See full summary »
José Luis Gómez
This series sells itself as an adaptation/continuation of the book "La Piel del Tambor" from Arturo Perez Reverte. This is uncertain at all. Quart appears more like a secret agent that a ecclesiastic. The scenes of sex are unnecessary and the "Special Effects" are ridiculous. The script is full of used ideas and uses that typical elcesiastic conspiring ideas of many movies. The platonic love of the book is exaggerated. About the FX, Make a look to the fire of 1x4 (Profecías). I wish this series is closed forever. The Reberte Books are often bad adapted, but this case is unique. In Spain, there are better series like "El Comisario", "Ris Científica", and others.
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