Even the name of Carlos Porta is almost exclusively associated with TV3slowly this expert opens new doors, especially in Movistar Plus+. The Spanish payment platform is trusted by Carlos Porta after the successes of The Crime of the Urban Guard y Crimes and he was allowed to build Light in the dark new ‘real crime’ of ‘trafficking’ as “It’s like a movie but it’s true” and that starts with two criminal charges: “Daniela, Dulce and Bella”y “The boy painter”, two episodes narrated with the documentary rigor and narrative style that characterizes every film project. Door.
What is Light in the Darkness, the new true crime of Movistar Plus+?
Light in the Dark This is a new series of real crimes made in partnership with True Crime Factory y depart which will reanalyze some of the most shocking crimes that have occurred in Spain in recent years, respecting the victims and those involved in the cases. As happened in crimes (Crimes on Movistar Plus+), not only the narrative is taken care of; but The editing, the choice of visual documents, and the soundtrack are details that are perfectly measured to create a true and meaningful story that will attract the audience again and again.
These are the first two cases of Light in the Darkness
Daniela, Dulce, and Bella
Let’s go back to summer 2019. Three men believe they are dating online. A girl promises them a good night if they pick her up in the town of Upper Ribera del Ebro. but Daniela, Dulce and Bella are not who they say they are. The promise of sex and fun can be kidnapping, extortion, and robbery with violence. Josetxu, a Basque computer scientist who traveled almost three hundred kilometers to reach his appointment in Zaragoza, disappeared for several days without anyone recognizing him. The Civil Guard and the Ertzaintza must coordinate to find him. And every minute counts…
The boy painter
The second case of Light in the Dark It goes back a long time. she April 6, 1987, in Malaga, David Guerrero left the house only to disappear a few minutes later. At only 13 years old he was a lover of painting. That day a journalist was waiting for him at the gallery where he exhibited a painting for the first time, but David couldn’t reach him. How could a child leave his home and disappear without anyone seeing?
Almost 40 years later, it’s still an unanswered question, with the police investigation still open and the family hoping that one day, their son will be able to return home.
New cases will come Light in the dark so it’s time for you to start having fun a real crime that promises to sweep Movistar Plus+.