If, in addition to being a movie buff, you are an aficionado of games and gray hair combing, then you will definitely like the titles. “Master Fernando Martin of Basketball”, “Desecration of Abu Simbel” or “Hundra” (inspired by the movie of the same name) brings back good memories. And they all had the same name behind them: Moving. For eight years, the golden age of Spanish software has had one of its highest standards here. A success and failure story now Javier Olivares intends to convert to a string.
From NCM to bankruptcy
dynamic story It is a book written and researched for over a decade by one of the greatest experts on the subject, Jesus Martinez del Vas (JMV for Friends), which tells how the three Ruiz brothers founded a small business. Homemade toys free By mail they made themselves and ended up earning 140 million pesetas a year before going bankrupt soon after. And in Spain we also have our own district Stop and catch fire.
Now according to LimitBlack Box Media (Narcos) and EO Media for development Drama series About Dynamic Origins. And there is no one who takes the reins of things better than the creator of the “Ministry of Time” and one of the most famous showrunners under his name in our country: Javier Olivares. According to the producers, it is a cross between WeCrashed, ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’And Silicon Valley yes… ‘Louis Miguel’. We’ll have to see what comes out of this mess. Here’s what Javier Olivares says:
Dynamic means talking about Spain in the 80s, when I was young. When many of us refused to accept the idea that Madrid was a black and white city while London and New York were purely artistic. It shows creativity who speaks and speaks Spanish to the whole world. Without complexes and proudly.
The idea of the series, at least in these first twists, is Working with the Ruiz brothers To show you at different times throughout these crazy years. Shall we talk about it in a few months new phenomenon Moment? Who knows.
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