The third part of the long-awaited Baztan Trilogy offers us a frantic ending beating the previous ones.

The sudden death of a girl in Elizondo is suspicious and forensic analyzes lead Amaia to investigate other deaths of a similar origin that will lead to the final resolution of the events that have devastated the Baztan Valley. The inspector confronts the origins of her mother-nightmare nightmares while revealing the darkest secrets that plague the town of Elizondo.

Because of the confinement, Offering to the Storm canceled its theatrical release on March 27 and, following an agreement with the producer, it premiered directly on Netflix. Fernando González Molina manages to rise again to close the long-awaited trilogy full of admirable plans and resources frenetic pace to which we are accustomed. It makes use of all the elements with an admirable display that becomes the most solemn film of the three.

Its cast is more than up to the score for its brilliant and portentous performances. Marta Etura retakes the inspector Amaia Salazar to transmit pure and penetrating way everything that happened, accompanied by some award-winning actors. I have missed Susi Sánchez since her tiny role tastes shortly after getting one of the biggest surprises in the second half.

A script at the height of the novel

It is worth admiring the careful and meticulous script and how the latter is so represented in his novel. Currently few literary adaptations achieve this feat level so accurately as does its screenwriter Berdejo. He has managed to take the most important thing without making the spectator feel full of information as he usually does; likewise, the closure of each of them has been quite acceptable without an overwhelming sensation.

Offering to the storm plays a lot with the atmosphere that surrounds the story to transport us to the great locations of the foral city of Navarra. The latest installment offers a worthy end in a dark and tremendous way but predictably and leaving some loose ends. Despite that, it is the most mature film and it gets fully into the action with almost two and a half hours of footage that at no time becomes overwhelming.

Title : Offering to the stormPublication date : 2020-07-25Synopsis: The sudden death of a girl in Elizondo is suspicious and forensic analyzes lead Amaia to investigate other deaths of a similar origin that will lead to the final resolution of the events that have devastated the Baztan Valley. The inspector confronts the origins of her mother-nightmare nightmares while revealing the darkest secrets that plague the town of Elizondo.Director (s): Fernando González MolinaCast: Marta Etura, Susi Sánchez, Elvira Mínguez, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Imanol Arias, Paco Tous, Carlos Librado, Pedro Casablanc and Álvaro Cervantes.Gender : Thriller


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