Reminiscent of "Crown Court", from those rose-tinted days of good daytime UK TV. These 3 "shorts", however take us to the Spanish Police interrogation room, where vital trial evidence is being gleaned from unhelpful detainees. The 3 unrelated plots suffer from being as corny as "pastel de choclo", with all the vogue "messaging" & 100% telegraphed plot-twists. The "rubia" Police inspector , played by Emma Suarez, behaves like a sociopath bully, but her two junior colleagues, represented by Álvaro Cervantes & María Morales offset her most competently, all actors, incidentally with excellent diction - good enough to present to modern languages students - a recognition of the skills required for good acting-craft, and taking care of one's own language.
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