“Gran Reserva, el origin” tells the past of a successful Spanish series

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In this prequel, Verónica Sánchez is the young Sofía, the role that Ángela Molina had played as an adult.

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When fans of Great Reserve they bet on a fourth season, to see what the eternal confrontation between the Cortázars and the Revertes would be like, a spin-off arrived as a prequel. Fans had more, but in a kind of rearview mirror. And, instead of knowing how that rivalry between the Rioja vineyards ended, found out how it all started.

This is what the plot is about. Gran Riserva, the originthe Spanish fiction that from 1 September is available on Flow (like the three seasons of the parent serieshero Emilio Gutierrez Caba and Angela Molina).

In the inevitable game of comparisons, Great Reserve dry has a better bouquet, what better definition for a story in which wine plays a leading role. The soap opera which premiered on Spanish television in 2010 and ran until 2013 captivated a loyal audience, who he knew how to make the most of that mixture of suspense and melodrama. Two wine families are confronted with the grape business.

The story was breathless. And the central characters have not stopped pulling tricks from their sleeves. At that point on television it was decided to commission the production company Bambú, an unforgettable fictional powerhouse such as Velvet or Grand Hotel– go back in time and show where these people come from.

And then this story was created runs through the vineyards of those families in the mid-60s. For those who have seen – we have seen – the original series, it is interesting to discover the roots of those clans, look at the faces of the heads of the families we had met when they were young already grown up.

For those who meet Gran Riserva, the origin as an access door Universe Cortazar vs. inversionthey will see a fair, fun series, but they won’t have the springboard of the futurethat narrative table necessary to take a step back. So are the prequels: They offer something new, but come with yapa if you see what happens next.

Sure, they are benefits of fiction, which over time does what it wants.

the two stories they are similar in simplicity and are supported by the great names of their castsbut in the version of The origin they lack agility, the rhythm of key scenes, the management of intrigues. It has a quieter way, a threat of slowness which, on the point of falling into hibernation, wakes up. As if someone moved the glass so that the wine exudes its best essence.

The beauty of the natural environment is decisive when choosing this series, that too find another hook in the game of similarities and differences for those who have seen Great Reserve: what it looks like veronica sanchez a Angela Molina (she performed in the mother series), the two actresses who give life to Sofía, of the Reverte clan.

And in relation to the Cortázar family, managed in this spin off by Don Alejandro, research is about seeing the similarity of Víctor Clavijo with the great Gutiérrez Cabain the interpretation of a young Vicente Cortázar (one of the four sons of the owner of the cellars, Patriarch of the Grand Reserve).

It doesn’t have the level of the original, but enjoys the attraction of showing the hidden roots of two family trees which made a breakthrough in Spanish fiction for three seasons. And how bonus trackin this prequel the Miranda enter the dance, to show that, For some, family isn’t always first..


Qualification: Good

Drama Protagonists: José Manuel Cervino, Víctor Clavijo and Verónica Sánchez, among others Creation: Ramón Campos and Gema Neira, for Bambú Producciones Address: Count Miguel Problem: 26 chapters available in Flow.

Source: Clarin

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