Netflix has confirmed this Tuesday the premiere date of ‘Fair: the darkest light’, his new mystery thriller created by Carlos Montero, creator of ‘Elite’ and ‘The disorder you leave’, and Agustin Martinez, responsible for ‘The hunt. Monteperdido ‘. The series will be available in the platform’s catalog starting next Friday, January 28.
Produced by Filmax and directed by Jorge Dorado and Carles Torrens, the fiction is set in a small white town in the Andalusian mountains in the mid-1990s. The main cast is headed by Carla Campra and Ana Tomeno as sisters Eva and Sofía. The cast is completed by Isak Férriz, Marta Nieto, Ángela Cremonte, Patricia López Arnaiz and Ernest Villegas.
Montero and Martínez speak in this way about the starting point of their new project: “You are 17 years old, you live in Andalusia in the 90s and one day you and your sister discover that your parents have been accused of killing more than twenty people. They have disappeared and have left you alone before a people who are demanding justice and revenge. ”
A story in which there will also be “a cult, grunge music, fantastic beings and a mine that looks like a labyrinth”, as the creators of ‘Fair: the darkest light’ advance.
Synopsis of the series
What if two teenage sisters find out that their parents are murderers? Eva and Sofía will have to face the horrible crime that their parents seem to have committed, who, before disappearing, left 23 victims behind. How are these sisters going to survive in a town that hates them? Is it possible that they knew so little about their parents, or is there a reason why they were involved in this event? This is the journey that Eva and Sofía will undertake in Feria, a town where reality hides a fantastic universe.