Money Heist, or La Casa de Papel, is one of the incredible Spanish shows. It bases on nine criminals who attempt the most driven theft ever. Their point is to break into La Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, where cash is imprinted in Spain, and remain there for whatever length of time that conceivable while they print mammoth entireties of unmarked money.
The season is about eight multi-skilled culprits, contracted by a baffling man called ‘The Professor’ to play out the main heist. Their code names are well known urban areas – Berlin, Rio, Helsinki etc. Our storyteller and and heroine is Tokyo, yet the greater part of them are awesome in their own specific manner.
While the eight direct the heist, ‘El Profesor‘ sits in the town outside the Royal Mint in his base of activities: here he watches their moves, controls the police and by and large watches out for things. The action shots are phenomenal all through the season, and the acting itself is incredible generally, with only a couple of the minor characters bringing down the standard possibly.
The use of flashback scenes to create character backstories and the planing time before the heist, enables the activity to start in the first episode. The script likewise takes the natural heist formula and changes it into something that feels fresh and new and very effective. There is a great deal that can be unloaded in relatively every cooperation we see on screen, which is once more, a demonstration of the smooth and keen written work in plain view.