Amazon Prime Video will premiere on Friday, February 25 Operation Tide Negra, its new Spanish miniseries. Daniel Calparsoro, Oskar Santos and João Maia run the production, which consists of four episodes of 50 minutes each.
"In November 2019, the black tide police operation intercepted the first narcosubmarine in Europe dedicated to drug trafficking and transporting more than 3,000 kilos of cocaine through the Atlantic Ocean. Inside the ship, of artisanal construction, three men traveling To all adversities: storms, breakdowns, hunger, fights and a constant police harassment ", read the synopsis.
González gives life to Nando, an amateur boxer with few economic resources that will become drug trafficker. "The Galician coast is the area with the most shipwrecks of the world and I know it as the palm of my hand," he says in the trailer. The athlete will be offered up to 700,000 euros for being sent in command of a vessel full of drugs.
"To those people do not care anything and you will pay you with jail or with life," warns the protagonist. "If we do not comply with this assignment, we can never come back, do you understand?" He says nando on him's dangerous mission.
Complete the cast Nuno Lopes, Luis Zahera, Manuel Manquiña, Nerea Barros, Miquel Insua, Xose Cheap, Carles Francino, Lúcia Moniz, Luis Sparteiro, David Trejos, Leandro Firmino and Bruno Gagliaso. The script is written by Patxi Amezcua and Natxo López. They have had the advice of Javier Romero, the first journalist in narrating this history inspired by real events.
Fiction Producciones, the company behind Operation Negra tide, is also preparing a documentary series on the actual history of the submarine. Operation Black tide: The suicide crossing is the title of the project, led by Luis Avilés.
The DocuSerie will consist of four episodes and will investigate in the royal cruise of the ship, which lasted 26 days and had the promise of Boxing Agustín Álvarez in charge. The production will be released at Amazon Prime Video on Friday, March 11.Date Of Update: 02 February 2022, 09:32