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Premier clap pour la série Suburræterna

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- Ce nouveau projet en huit épisodes qui prolonge l’univers de Suburra, produit par Cattleya, sera réalisé par Ciro D’Emilio et Alessandro Tonda ; la série arrivera sur Netflix en 2023

Premier clap pour la série Suburræterna
Les acteurs Giacomo Ferrara et Filippo Nigro (© Daniele Barraco)

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Having successfully archived the full three seasons of Suburra: Blood on Rome (released in 2017, 2019 and 2020, respectively), it’s now the turn of Suburræterna to take centre stage, a new Netflix project produced by Cattleya, which promises to expand the universe of the popular series set in the Roman underworld and based on Stefano Sollima’s 2015 film of the same name.

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Shooting on Suburræterna has only just kicked off in the Italian capital, with the first four episodes set to be directed by Ciro D’Emilio (who gave us If Life Gives You Lemons [+lire aussi :
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, which competed in the 75th Venice Film Festival’s Orizzonti section, and Not For All the World [+lire aussi :
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) and the final four entrusted to Alessandro Tonda (The Shift [+lire aussi :
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, and the final season of Summertime).

Alessandro Borghi will no longer play the part of mob boss Aureliano, but we will be seeing Giacomo Ferrara (Ghiaccio [+lire aussi :
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and Non mi uccidere [+lire aussi :
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, among his more recent works) returning to play Spadino and Filippo Nigro (nominated for the Best Supporting Actor David di Donatello award via Different From Whom [+lire aussi :
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, and recently seen in Per tutta la vita [+lire aussi :
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) stepping back into the shoes of Amedeo Cinaglia, while Carlotta Antonelli (Bangla [+lire aussi :
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, the series Bangla, also recently seen in Bang Bang Baby [+lire aussi :
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) and Federica Sabatini (We’ll Be Young and Beautiful [+lire aussi :
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interview : Letizia Lamartire
fiche film
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and Spanish TV series Toy Boy) are both once again playing Angelica and Nadia, respectively.

Based on the book Suburra written by judge Giancarlo De Cataldo and journalist Carlo Bonini, who are also overseeing the story editing process, the series is penned by Ezio Abbate (series Suburra, Curon [+lire aussi :
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, Devils) and Fabrizio Bettelli (series Suburra, Mad Dog [+lire aussi :
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) - who are also serving jointly as Head Writer – alongside Camilla Buizza, Marco Sani, Andrea Nobile and Giulia Forgione.

It’s 2011 and we’re in Rome. The government is on the verge of collapse, the Vatican is at crisis point and the city’s squares are quite literally on fire. In the middle world, Cinaglia (Filippo Nigro) has tried to pick up where Samurai left off and, together with Badali (Emmanuele Aita), he is still managing the city’s criminal affairs, with the help of Adelaide (Paola Sotgiu) and Angelica (Carlotta Antonelli), who still head up the Anacletis, and Nadia (Federica Sabatini), who helps them to manage Ostia’s town squares.

But there are those who no longer accept this system. New protagonists enter the fray, upsetting the city’s balance and kickstarting a revolution which rapidly extends its reach from St Peter’s to the Capitoline Hill and beyond to the beaches of Ostia, obliterating everything which represents the past. Spadino (Giacomo Ferrara) is subsequently forced to return home to remove his family - and everything else - from danger and to find new allies, which sometimes emerge from the unlikeliest of places… But war is war, and control over Rome hangs in the balance.

Suburræterna’s eight episodes will be released exclusively on Netflix in 2023.

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