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How about the first Chilean Netflix series about death in a country

How about the first Chilean Netflix series about death in a country

There is a dead woman in a country and the husband is suspectedBut he will be acquitted. No, it’s not Marta García Belsunes, but accountant Viviana Hager’s crime, and it’s rocked Chile since 2010. and he rebuilt it the first Chilean series of netflix, 42 days in the darkWhich premiered this Wednesday, May 11.

Huh It took 42 days to find the dead body In an attic of his own house. Who killed him and put him there?

Hagar (Veronica Montes in fiction) disappeared from his home in the exclusive Parque Stoker compound (country) in the city of Puerto Varas in the Los Lagos region of southern Chile on June 29, 2010.

Her husband Daniele Alcano (Mario Medina in the series) declared him missing And so the search began. 42 days later on 10 August He himself found the remains in the attic: in the fetal position.

Aline Kuppenheim as Veronica in "42 Days in the Dark", a series inspired by a crime in the country of Chile.  Photo Diego Araya Corvalan / Netflix

Aline Kuppenheim as Veronica in “42 Days in the Dark”, a series inspired by a crime in the country of Chile. Photo Diego Araya Corvalan / Netflix

fantasy and reality

This Netflix adaptation competes in fascination with reality. The husband, a construction engineer, claimed that he had chased a pungent smell into the attic. There she found the body of her husband, which was already completely decomposed. all this time The police searched the house several times, without luck No intelligence.

What did the husband really know? What will be revealed in Netflix 42 days in the dark,

Fictional names rule here. That June 29, 2010, when Montes disappeared, Medina announced an alleged threatening call: “We need money for his wife’s ransom”, Then no one contacted him. did he make it? The clues were suspicious: in Altos del Lago (the name of the country in the series), he had his car keys and the cause did not look like a robbery.

In its first six episodes, 42 days in the dark From the beginning of unfinished justice to its end (really): A certain Jose Perez Mancilla on December 7, 2015 Confessed that he had murdered the accountant in his home And he left the body in the attic.

Claudia di Girolamo as Cecilia, and Pablo Macaya Pizarro as Victor, the lawyer in "42 Days in the Dark": photo photo Diego Araya Corvalon / Netflix

Claudia di Girolamo as Cecilia, and Pablo Macaya Pizarro as Victor, the lawyer in “42 Days in the Dark”: photo photo Diego Araya Corvalon / Netflix

What’s more: he said he was hired by a wealthy engineer Offenses for 5 lakh pesos,

detained and released

It all really happened. 8 December 2015 She arrested the husband as the alleged mastermind, This Mancilla worked on one of his construction projects, hence the relationship between the two. But the confession had to be proved. And so, the judicial description of the Hager (or Montes depending on the series) case has plagued Chilean society since 2010.

Till today’s sentence. this is the reason for being 42 days in the dark, recalculation and Re-Creating Criminal Contradictions and Crude Media Treatment, since 2010. How did you get into this bitter present? Only in October 2017, Mancilla will be sentenced to only ten years in prison for the crime of “robbery with murder”. And he served two years of preventive prison.

In September 2017, the Oral Criminal Court in Puerto Montt released him and acquitted him for lack of evidence, although life imprisonment was requested for him. To make matters worse, two years later, in 2019, The widower—along with her two daughters—will sue the state of Chile for legal and police negligenceIn addition to condemning prison torture.

The husband (who plays actor Daniele Alcano in the series) demanded about 2 billion pesos in compensation for all damages. But February 2021 The family’s lawsuit was eventually dismissed for excessive, The trial, however, continued in the Court of Appeals in Puerto Montt.

Another image from "42 Days in the Dark", the series about a murder in the country of Chile.  Photo Diego Araya Corvalan / Netflix

Another image from “42 Days in the Dark”, the series about a murder in the country of Chile. Photo Diego Araya Corvalan / Netflix

And the saga continues: In April 2021, eleven years after the death of Viviana Hager (Montes, here, in the shoes of actress Aline Kuppenheim), Netflix announced its first Chilean original series, 42 days in the dark, his first inspiration was the book You Know Who: Notes on the Murder of Viviana HagerBy journalist Rodrigo Fluoxa.

The family did not like to know that Netflix was taking their case for this production. While there is no doubt it will have a gender focus, and it will try to avoid the sensationalism and underhanded blows that have pervaded television chronicles and some Reuters in Chile since 2010. Of course, Who will take responsibility for the incidents?

first class productionI

Another important fact to understand the dimension of 42 days in the dark This is how it is in charge of the Lahren brothers’ production company Fabula TV.

Most famous among his glory as the director of, Pablo Lahren, wig, Jackie or NerudaOther series produced for streaming: runaway (for HBO, led by Benjamin Vicuna), PresidentAbout FIFA Gate (for Amazon Prime Video, and directed by Armando Bo), pack (Amazon again) and miss 89 (Starzplay).

These last two are directed by Argentine Lucia Puenzo. bugle interviewed her in February on the eve of the premiere of miss 89how naked The Sexist and Even Criminal Side of Beauty Contest in Mexico in the 1990s.

The director, screenwriter, and writer spoke at length about how the Lahren series works to show the worst side of some media and police events with a bitter and unexpected twist.

sure it happens 42 days in the dark, with difficult balancing and changing your attitude in interaction. In fact, many actors and actresses who went through the previous series of Fabula (part of Chile’s theatrical staff) returned in this production, which is directed by Claudia Huacimilla and Gaspar Antillo.

Pablo Macaya, as Pizarro, Emparo Noguera (Nora) and Nestor Cantilana (Braulio) in "42 Hours in the Dark".  Photo Diego Araya Corvalan / Netflix

Pablo Macaya, as Pizarro, Emparo Noguera (Nora) and Nestor Cantilana (Braulio) in “42 Hours in the Dark”. Photo Diego Araya Corvalan / Netflix

various forms

has another magnetic focus 42 days in the dark, Different eyes from which police, family and judicial conspiracy proceed In Puerto Varas, on the southwest shore of Lake Lanquihue. It’s impossible to see: in the background stand out the snow-capped volcanoes Calbuco and Osorno. 21 KM from Puerto Montt and 302 KM from Bariloche.

another success of 42 days in the dark It is also to define the scenario in the pulse of facts. loneliness vs economic comfort, The cold outside or teen climate at the German school to which the eldest daughters of Hager and Anguita (or Montes and Medina, in the Netflix version) moved, add social tension to this universe of lakes so close to Argentina.

We have to keep an eye on two characters. Claudia di Girolamo plays Cecilia Montes, the victim’s sister. Not only will he have to endure the incompetence of the police, but the local justice will also determine his bureaucratic pace, and that too at times. Will be as villainous as the unloved criminal,

Unlike Criminal Unrest, we also have to follow lawyer Victor Pizarro (actor Pablo Macaya), who shows Its ethics against prejudice, sexism and the suffocation of the legal system, Meanwhile, the royal family continues to process the tragedy amid fear and a lump in the throat. Lost and found in his own house after 42 days for a dead body.

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