Tuesday, April 9, 2019

FIRST POSTER AND FIRST LOOK CLIP FOR NETFLIX SPANISH LANGUAGE ORIGINAL PERIOD SET SERIES ALTA MAR OR HIGH SEAS WITH A MURDER MYSTERY ON A LUXURY CRUISER

  'ALTA MAR' NETFLIX SERIES
A MYSTERY ON THE HIGH SEAS!
Continuing our international epic streak, something Spanish coming this year to Netflix! We have the first poster for their Spanish language period set
Alta Mar will sail into Netflix later this year
original ALTA MAR or HIGH SEAS, an eight episode mystery drama set in the 1940s.
The story of the series follows a transatlantic ship full of passengers, travelling from Europe to South America in search of a better future. It features two sisters, Carolina (Alejandra Onieva) and Eva (Ivana Baquero), as different as they are inseparable, a handsome officer, Nicolás Sala (Jon Kortajarena), a man that fate has put in the wrong place and a mystery: the murder of a passenger whose name does not appear in the passenger list and who no one remembers. A massive 2,700 square meter set has been built to recreate the huge luxury liner furnished with authentic
Netflix is venturing into non English originals with Alta Mar and a Mandarin series
furniture and ship parts and technology. Catch a glimpse below into the series in the first look clip from the sets of the new period set series!

8 comments:

  1. Too bad my Spanish isn't better. I'd like to have been able to understand what they said in the video.

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    1. It will have English subs when it hits Netflix!

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  2. The set design sounds exquisite! I love it when movies stick with authenticity instead of whatever strikes their fancy. I probably won't watch this one though. I do hope Netflix has better choices coming this summer or fall to justify yet another price hike.

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    1. It is strange how they're hiking up the prices when there are so many new streaming services coming up this year!

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    2. I agree. I'm looking forward to seeing what Disney has to offer once they are up and running.

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    3. Disney, Apple, DC is also opening theirs, CBS All Access is also there... BBC and ITV are opening a British streaming service.... they're all gone crazy

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  3. " ... in search of a better future". How many times have we heard this phrase from people migrating to other places?

    I believe one is born with a certain luck , and that luck (good or bad) will follow the person wherever he/she goes.

    Life has its ups and downs, sometimes it may look all ups, but usually childhood can predict adulthood and/or old age.
    It's not a very optimistic view, but if we look around us or read about other people, this view is not far from the truth.

    I like to listen to spanish or italian as they resemble my native language, romanian, which is also latin by origin.

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    1. I do share your belief in luck. I was, sadly, born with a very bad one :) It is also truth about childhood predicting adulthood, but that is a psychological thing, what happens to you in first five years of your life will usually form you as a person. This is why kids who had very difficult first five years usually end up having a difficult life too. I was, for example, born screaming and crying desperately first month of my life because I was allergic to milk and they kept feeding me with it so I even had to have a surgery because I developed hernia from crying. How can the rest of one's life be any happier if it started ominously like that?
      Yes, they are all Roman languages.

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