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Ein Professor bereitet akribisch einen spektakulären Überfall auf die Banknotendruckerei und Münzprägeanstalt Spaniens vor. Seine acht Kumpane sollen ihm dabei helfen, seinen Plan perfekt auszuführen und die Polizei in die Irre zu führen. Haus des Geldes (Originaltitel: La casa de papel, wörtlich „Das Haus des Papiers“) ist eine spanische Fernsehserie von Álex Pina, die im Stile eines. Tsd. Abonnenten, folgen, Beiträge - Sieh dir Instagram-Fotos und -Videos von La Casa De Papel / Money Heist (@lacasadelpapeltr) an. Mio. Abonnenten, 60 folgen, Beiträge - Sieh dir Instagram-Fotos und -Videos von La Casa de Papel (@lacasadepapel) an. „La Casa de Papel“ erzählt im Stile eines Heist-Movies eine der in 24 hours the part 4th of "Money Heist" @lacasadepapel in Netflix @netflix.
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La Casa De Papel Cast - Das sind die Schauspieler aus „Haus des Geldes“Ina Gerlach. Der Professor schafft es gerade so, sich auf einem Baum zu verstecken, Raquel zieht sich in eine Scheune zurück. Im Panikraum bricht der Sicherheitschef zusammen. Xabi Ortuzar. Teils steht die schwangere Kommissarin Sierra, die ihre eigenen Ermittlungen eingeleitet hat, nachdem sie wegen der Vorwürfe der Medien, Rio gefoltert zu haben, von dem Fall abgezogen wurde, in der Kommandozentrale des Professors. Durch den Einbruch möchten sie auch die Aufmerksamkeit der Regierung erhalten und öffentlich auf den Umstand Rios rechtswidriger Behandlung aufmerksam machen und den Staat zwingen, ein ordentliches Gerichtsverfahren zu eröffnen.
The actors learned of the show's renewal by Netflix before the producers contacted them to return.
Cameo scenes of Brazilian football star, and fan of the series, Neymar , as a monk were filmed for part 3, but were excluded from the stream without repercussions to the narrative until judicial charges against him had been dropped in late August To make the plot more realistic, the producers requested and received advice from the national police and the Spanish Ministry of Interior.
The other interior sets were inspired by different periods and artificially aged to accentuate the building's history. Parts 1 and 2 were filmed back-to-back in the greater Madrid region from January until August Parts 3 and 4 were also filmed back-to-back,  with 21 to 23 filming days per episode.
Santisteban approached Spanish singer Cecilia Krull to write and perform the lyrics, which are about having confidence in one's abilities and the future.
The Italian anti-fascist song " Bella ciao " plays multiple times throughout the series and accompanies two emblematic key scenes: At the end of the first part the Professor and Berlin sing it in preparation for the heist, embracing themselves as resistance against the establishment,  and in the second part it plays during the thieves' escape from the Mint, as a metaphor for freedom.
His grandfather, who had fought against the fascists in Italy , taught him the song, and he taught us. He had listened to "Bella ciao" at home to cheer him up, as he had grown frustrated for not finding a suitable song for the middle of part 1.
Part 1 begins with the aftermath of a failed bank robbery by a woman named "Tokyo," as a man called the "Professor" saves her from being caught by the police and proposes her a heist of drastic proportions.
After a brief outline of the planned heist, the story jumps to the beginning of a multi-day assault on the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid.
The Professor heads the heist from an external location. Flashbacks throughout the series show the five months of preparation in an abandoned hunting estate in the Toledo countryside; the robbers are not to share personal information nor engage in personal relationships, and the assault shall be without bloodshed.
Throughout parts 1 and 2, the robbers inside the Mint have difficulties sticking to the pre-defined rules, and face uncooperative hostages, violence, isolation, and mutiny.
Tokyo commentates on the events through voice-overs. One year after the heist, Raquel finds a series of postcards left by the Professor, who wrote the coordinates for a location in Palawan in the Philippines, where she reunites with him.
Part 3 begins two to three years after the heist on the Royal Mint of Spain, showing the robbers enjoying their lives paired-up in diverse locations.
However, when Europol captures Rio with an intercepted phone, the Professor picks up Berlin's old plans to assault the Bank of Spain to force Europol to hand over Rio to prevent his torture.
Flashbacks to the Professor and Berlin outline the planned new heist and their different approaches to love. The disguised robbers sneak into the heavily guarded bank, take hostages and eventually gain access to the gold and state secrets.
At the same time, the Professor and Lisbon travel in an RV and then an ambulance while communicating with the robbers and the police.
A breach in the bank is thwarted, forcing the police, led by Colonel Luis Tamayo and pregnant inspector Alicia Sierra, to release Rio to the robbers.
Nairobi gets gravely injured by a police-inflicted sniper shot in the chest, and the police catch Lisbon. With another police assault on the bank incoming, and believing Lisbon to have been executed by the police, the Professor radios Palermo and declares DEFCON 2 on the police.
Part 3 concludes by showing Lisbon alive and in custody, and Tokyo narrating that the Professor had fallen for his own trap and that "the war had begun.
Part 4 begins with the robbers rushing to save Nairobi's life. Palermo regains the trust of the group and rejoins them. As the police prepare another assault on the bank, the Professor exposes the unlawful torture of Rio and the holding of Lisbon to the public.
Due to this revelation, Sierra is fired and begins a pursuit of the Professor on her own. The Professor enlists external help to free Lisbon after she is transferred to the Supreme Court.
Part 4 concludes with Lisbon rejoining the gang within the bank, and with Sierra finding the Professor's hideout, holding him at gunpoint.
The series was noted for its subversions of the heist genre. While heist films are usually told with a rational male Anglo-centric focus, the series reframes the heist story by giving it a strong Spanish identity and telling it from a female perspective through Tokyo.
With the series being set after the financial crisis of — , which resulted in severe austerity measures in Spain,  critics argued that the series was an explicit allegory of rebellion against capitalism,   including The Globe and Mail , who saw the series as "subversive in that it's about a heist for the people.
It's revenge against a government. The characters were designed as multi-dimensional and complementary antagonists and antiheroes whose moralities are ever-changing.
That's where everyone gets alarmed when you have to prove that a villain also has a heart". She added that the amount of information and technology that surrounds us is allowing us to verify that "everyone has a dark side.
With the relative number of female main characters in TV shows generally on the rise,  the series gives female characters the same attention as men, which the BBC regarded as an innovation for Spanish television.
Part 1 was made available on Netflix Spain on 1 July , like other series belonging to Antena 3's parent media group Atresmedia.
Without a dedicated Netflix marketing campaign,  the series became the most-watched non-English language series on Netflix in early , within four months of being added to the platform, to the creators' surprise.
The writers withdrew themselves for more than two months to decide on a direction,  creating a bible with central ideas for new episodes in the process.
Netflix officially renewed the series for the third part with a considerably increased budget on 18 April ,  which might make part 3 the most expensive series per episode in Spanish television history, according to Variety.
In August , Netflix announced that part 3 was streamed by 34 million household accounts within its first week of release, of which 24 million finished the series within this period,  thereby making it one of the most-watched productions on Netflix of all time, regardless of language.
Filming of an initially unannounced fourth part of eight episodes ended in August After the move to Netflix, the series remained the most-followed series on Netflix for six consecutive weeks and became one of the most popular series on IMDb.
There have also been negative responses to the influence of the show. Spanish newspaper El Mundo saw the public response as a reflection of the "climate of global disenchantment" where the robbers represent the "perfect antiheroes",  and the New Statesman explained the show's resonance with international audiences as coming from the "social and economic tensions it depicts, and because of the utopian escape it offers.
The series' beginning on Antena 3 was received well by Spanish media. Now we want more, which is not little.
After the show's move to Netflix for its international release, Adrian Hennigan of the Israeli Haaretz said the series was "more of a twisty thriller than soapy telenovela, driven by its ingenious plot, engaging characters, tense flash points, pulsating score and occasional moments of humor", but taunted the English title "Money Heist" as bland.
The site's critical consensus reads, "An audacious plan told in a non-linear fashion keeps the third installment moving as Money Heist refocuses on the relations between its beloved characters.
He felt unaffected by the internal drama between the characters and specifically, disliked Tokyo's narration for its hollowness.
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Netflix put it in that pile of series that it has, which is like the sock drawer that you never look in and from which only the algorithm can rescue you, and we didn't think it was a big deal.
See also: List of awards and nominations received by Money Heist. The New York Times. Archived from the original on 12 August Retrieved 12 August Archived from the original on 8 August Archived from the original on 20 August Retrieved 20 August New Statesman.
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