Season 21 of “Tell me how it happened” Spanish series Aired by La 1 since 2001, it will premiere on Thursday, January 14, and in addition to continuing narrative of the 1992 events, it will also skip to 2020 and 2021 to focus on the coronavirus crisis through. The sight of Los Alcántara
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Based on the synopsis of episode 370 of the 2020 novel by Miguel Ángel Bernardeau at 8:00 AM. The nation has stopped applauding health workers who have left their skin to fight COVID 19.Among them is MaríaAlcántara, who, as doctors, try to save as many lives as possible.
What he did not expect was that among his patients was his father, Antonio Alcantara, who had lived the best 90 years he could. Mercedes anxiously awaited news while She is remembered with María’s daughter Alba in the 90s. This photo of the whole family in February 1992 leads us to look back. It was Antonio’s birthday and his kids arranged a surprise meal, of course Mercedes didn’t miss out. But that happiness tarnished as leaving the restaurant, Antonio suffered an attack on a runaway stranger.
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Explanation of jumping into 2020 in “tell me how it happened”
Joaquín Oristrell, Script Coordinator for “Tell me how it happenedTalked to FormulaTV and shared all the details of the time-jumps in the series, and went the extra mile for Season 21.
He explained that it was not part of this project. But there was an offer for him when he was with ‘HIT’. “When we had to stop filming this series due to the epidemic. In principle, I wasn’t in the new season of ‘Cuéntame,’ but with that break they suggested I raise my mind. That is, in late March, early April, when we are in the phase of an outbreak. At that time we spent all day watching TV, watching news. I feel like I can’t write in front of my computer. I feel that whatever is said other than the epidemic is unreasonable, and I think a series like ‘Cuéntame’ that plays with the times that are often spoken in the present because of the voices talking about us from the present, because maybe it’s. May be possible Tell the truth “
“I wrote the pilot and passed it to executive producer Miguel Angele Bernardew, I passed it to the actors … We were talking about it, and then we talked about it with Televisión Española Everyone says “my gosh,” but everyone dares. My theory is that in fiction, there is always a risk, because without risk there is no benefit, “he adds.The first episode of Season 21 of “Tell Me How It Happened” is titled ‘From my balcony’ (Picture: La 1).
He also confessed that the greatest fear of production was 2020 to eat 1992. “Our greatest fear is one not to eat anything else, ‘Cuéntame’ tells of 1992 now, and we want it to be. The gifts are mindful 2020 and 2021 appear throughout every chapter because we are observing the changes that are taking place. In some chapters it is more testimonial and only scenes from 2020 appear, and in others there is more room for the present. However, we want the two to complement each other. Among these diverse groups, there are some things that work, such as understanding how Tony and her son’s relationship is over time, things that characterize past characters from our present. Better tell “
“Another scary thing is the characterization to approach those ages in the characters. I think there is a really good makeover and digitization job. There was a lot of effort from the makeup team as well as the actors, as they tried to get into those bodies in different poses and work with their voices. And also from the digital team to be the most reliable We do not have a large budget. But we have the intention and enthusiasm
He also clarified that timeskip does not destroy the theme of the series, “No, because the word ‘Cuéntame’ is always told from the present. We knew all this from the beginning to the present of Carlitos, he always said today. For many people, the word ‘Cuéntame’ was different from the beginning. There are many older people whose events of the ’90s are new to them and remember more of the 60s or 70s.’Cuéntame’ is renewing its audience with younger ones as the memories it appears now are connected. More tied to music or television The closer they are to them, “Cuéntame” will change with the time of lecture. “
Oristrell announced that Mercedes (Ana Duato) would be vaccinated and Filomena temporarily arrived in San Genaro.María Galiana plays Herminia in season 21 of “Tell me how it happened” (Image: La 1)