The first images of “December 2001”, the series that will tell one of the worst crises in Argentina

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Since reality is often stranger than fiction, fiction is often inspired by real events to tell a story which does not become documentary or essay, but has a lot of truth. Such the case of December 2001the new Star+ series which presented its trailer this Monday, as if to warm up the atmosphere towards its streaming premiere.

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December 2001 will recreate, without documentary pretensions, the economic and social events that led to it one of the deepest crises in the history of Argentina at the end of 2001. All its episodes can be seen from June 7th.

Made of six 40-minute episodes, December 2001 it is based on the book The building and the street of the journalist Michael Bonasso, and unravels, from fiction, the facts of a transcendental moment in the history of our country.

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Jean Pierre Noher and Manuel Callau, in the recreation of Fernando de la Rúa and Raúl Alfonsín.

Jean Pierre Noher and Manuel Callau, in the recreation of Fernando de la Rúa and Raúl Alfonsín.

The plot

The series follows in the footsteps of Javier Cach (Diego Cremonese), a political militant who works as an adviser to the Chief of Staff, in an irregular government in the hands of the Alliance.

The plot revolves around Cach’s beliefs and desires, which must give way to the permanent problems to which the practice of government exposes him. From there he will have to face one of the worst economic, political and social crises that the country has known in its history.

The -known- details range from the resignation of a president before the deaths of dozens of Argentines due to police repression. What you will see is History: a company whose savings have been taken away and the unprecedented exceptionalism of five presidents in one week.

Jorge Suárez in the composition of Adolfo Rodríguez Saá.

Jorge Suárez in the composition of Adolfo Rodríguez Saá.

Made by kapowHe political thriller is adapted by Mario Segade and directed by Benjamín Avila (Clandestine childhood) AND is played by a cast that plays characters that have marked an era.

The cast is directed by Luis Luca (Chrystian Colombo), the aforementioned Diego Cremonesi (Javier Cach), Nicholas Furtado (Franco Musciari), Jean-Pierre Noher (Fernando de la Rua), Luis Machin (Domingo horse), Caesar Troncoso (Eduardo Duhalde) Fernan Miras (Carlos “Chacho” Alvarez), jorge suarez (Adolfo Rodríguez Saa) e Manuel shut up (Raul Alfonsin).

Alejandra Flechner as Hilda "Chiche" Duhalde.

Alejandra Flechner as Hilda “Chiche” Duhalde.

They also act Cecilia Rossetti (Inez Bruno) manuel vincenzo (Ramon Puerta) Alexandra Flechner (Hilda “Chiche” Duhalde), Vando Villamil (Carlos Ruckauf), Ludovico Di Santo (Antonio de la Rua) e Sergio Prina (Hector “El Toba” Garcia).

The December 2001 crisis installed the so-called “Cacerolazzo”. It was an institutional crisis fueled by a generalized disorder which imposed the popular cry of Everyone leaves! The situation led to the resignation of then-President Fernando de la Rúagiving rise to a period of political instability during which five officials exercised national executive power Soon.

On December 1, 2001, De la Rúa established a ban on the free use of money in savings accounts, checking accounts and time deposits. Two days later, the measure went into effect and caused a wave of protests.

Jean Pierre Noher as Fernando de la Rua.

Jean Pierre Noher as Fernando de la Rua.

The 2001 crisis was a real nightmare for Argentines and went down in history for it endless and painful consequences. The president has decreed a series of economic restrictions devised by domingo horse, then Minister of Economy. The term “financial box” it was first used by the journalist Antonio Laje.

Source: Clarin

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