Suburra: Blood on Rome (2017–2020)
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21 Days 

Tensions between rival gangs erupt while crime lord Samurai pulls politicians' strings. Three young crooks ally to seize an opportunity.


Michele Placido




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alessandro Borghi ... Aureliano Adami
Giacomo Ferrara Giacomo Ferrara ... Alberto 'Spadino' Anacleti
Eduardo Valdarnini Eduardo Valdarnini ... Gabriele Marchilli
Francesco Acquaroli ... Samurai
Filippo Nigro ... Amedeo Cinaglia
Claudia Gerini ... Sara Monaschi
Adamo Dionisi ... Manfredi Anacleti
Barbara Chichiarelli Barbara Chichiarelli ... Livia Adami
Federico Tocci Federico Tocci ... Tullio Adami
Gerasimos Skiadaressis ... Monsignor Theodosiou
Elisabetta De Palo Elisabetta De Palo ... Sveva della Rocca Croce
Carlotta Antonelli Carlotta Antonelli ... Angelica Sale
Renato Marchetti Renato Marchetti ... Franco Marchilli
Paola Sotgiu Paola Sotgiu ... Adelaide Anacleti
Augusto Zucchi Augusto Zucchi ... Cardinale Cosimo Giunti


We see the intricate connections that work together for the 3 boys to meet. One is a drug dealer with a cop father, another is a gypsy that's about to get married, and the last one is the son of a mobster, all with their own problems and ambitions. Written by Mihai

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Fascinating gritty look at the criminal underworld of Rome, but it's hard to work out who's who
5 February 2018 | by TheDonaldofDoomSee all my reviews

The first Italian series I've watched, this first episode is promising. It does suffer from the same problem as the BBC miniseries McMafia, diving deep into a complex plot without making it clear the role of each character. This isn't helped by the acting which is only passable and does little to differentiate each character. I had to read a recap to fully understand what is going on. I'd advise anyone thinking of watching to read refinery29's recap titled 'Is This Netflix Show The New Narcos?' which makes it clearer. Maybe the reason I found it confusing is because I haven't watched the film, I don't know.

But once you understand what is going on, it really is very good. Each character is trying to get by in this dog-eat-dog world. Focussing primarily on three boys, each from a different family with its own interests, it does a great job of showing the nuances in their characters, rather than them being one-dimensional evil gangsters. One is the son of a cop who is too weedy to belong in this world, one is, I think, a mafioso who hides his vulnerability with his violent streak. And one is born into a gypsy family. They are all interesting characters, each with their own nuances.

The plot revolves around a small plot of land, and I guess the dark humour behind the premise of the show is how much all these people will do, all the violence, alliances, blackmails and double-cross, just for this one plot of land.

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