Tue. Oct 22nd, 2019

'The paper house' wastes power in its return | TV


While preparing a new blow with the gang of robbers, the Professor shows them photos of people in different parts of the world wearing red overalls and Dali's mask as a symbol of resistance, fighting against indignation. Pictures of huge banners in soccer stadiums with their masks. "We have inspired a lot of people in their struggle, all these people are already our people, do not forget," says the Professor. The international resonancehe has had The paper house has thus its reflection on the start of a new season that Netflix premieres on the 19th and arrives as a blow on the table of Spanish television fiction that will resound throughout the world.

Because when there are resources, time and talent (and, always, a little luck), you get products called to become successes. Judging from the first two episodes of the eight that make up the new installment, The paper house has many ballots to repeat the world bombing that were the first two rounds of chapters. Then they had less resources and time, but the talent was already there, and that bit of luck that is always needed appeared after its passage through Antena 3, with its jump to Netflix. The powerful iconography and the good adaptation to the television marathon facilitated by online platforms did the rest.

Reopening a closed story always generates doubts. The paper house it dissipates them quickly in a first episode that wastes power. In just 50 minutes pass through the screen locations of Panama, Thailand, Italy and different parts of Spain. It also recovers all the central characters, who come together to try to rescue Rio, which has been captured, and perfectly justifies the participation in the new episodes of Berlin. It's all bigger, but it does not lose the essence of The paper house and its strong sustenance in the characters. That's why this chapter, although it has action, has more emotion. And that's why he achieves what he's looking for: that you stay wanting more.

Úrsula Corberó, in the first chapter of the third part of 'La casa de papel'.


Úrsula Corberó, in the first chapter of the third part of 'La casa de papel'.

If in some cases the passage of 70 minutes of Spanish television in open to 50 of the international format has led to some imbalances (an excessive burden in Vis a vis or the loss of identity and focus on Velvet collection), this time the shorter duration is very good for a story that, with a few minutes of relocation, soon gets to the point and in the second episode the plan for the theft of the Bank of Spain is already underway. It was advanced by its creator, Álex Pina, in a screening of the first chapter before a small press group: "We will tell what we have to tell and we will do it in the shortest possible time".

As for the incorporations, in the first two episodes you can already see in action Palermo, played by the Argentine Rodrigo de la Serna, a kind of new Berlin in terms of charisma and attitude. Also it appears the chunga police and embarazadísima to which interprets Najwa Nimri. The two fit very well in the picture painted on a script mounted on five temporary lines that overlap and forces you to be attentive to the screen.

The paper house returns to the big thing, keeping the banner of entertainment at the top, true to itself and based on its virtues to try to satisfy the millions of eyes around the world that are now awaiting her. Let the jarana continue.

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