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La casa de papel
I imagine things went a certain way, with a group of screenwriters, who must have had a discussion of this kind.
"Yes ... let's get them back meaningless. Let's start with airships flying over Madrid "
"And Berlin? There is no more Berlin! There must be Berlin! "
"Berlin ... let's make that he has another brilliant plan and put him
in various flashbacks and put a new character that remember him a
little in his manner"
"And the hotties?"
"Tokyo. A scene walking on the beach in bikini like a Bond girl and then a hot strip".
Well, of course it's really hard to resume a virtually completed series
but call loudly to come back on stage. And so let’s open the
curtain on the mass phenomenon, which also takes the luxury of breaking
the fourth wall in a curious way, showing us as the figure of "The
Professor" and his gang, have infected the real world. Demonstrators
dressed in red with Dalì masks, stadium banners and
choreography. And much more.
The third season of " La casa de papel ", which will not be the last,
fully takes up the smart ass style of the previous one. And it could
not be different. Totally at the service of a fan base pampered by a
long series of elements dear to the audience.
Things like the empathy with the robbers turn on from the first scenes
and is then ignited by large demonstrations of approval of the
population Things like that the team is (practically) the same, with
the addition of Palermo (the new Berlin), Marseille , a certain Mathias
and a ferret named Sofia, as well as new characters on the side of the
bad (ie the police). A thing like the pattern is exactly the same as
the previous robbery, but we're at the Mint.
And finally, those nuances from soap operas and comic lashes in the
style of Almodovar, combined with the beautiful ones of turn, that are
Jaime Lorente and Úrsula Corberó.
The glittering and winking product is therefore served, under the
careful eye of "Netflix" that gives that international touch by
replacing "Bella Ciao" with "You’ll never walk alone".
The result is a very popular series, which has the merit of being well
narrated, thanks to a skilful use of the dramatic crescendo. The major
flaw, however, is that of being very predictable, because yes, the
crescendo is there, but you already know how it ends.
It takes eight episodes to have a noteworthy twist, which is also the
cliff hanger of the fourth season. But I can imagine that in the end
everything will be fine.
Fortunately, a cartoon-like climate assimilates (or if you prefer
forgive) the many paradoxical and impossible situations (see airships
at the beginning, which would be demolished according to safety
standards) and in the end, once again, the series do its job, with all
its infiniteness smart asses and simplicity.